A disabled shoemaker was in tears when a Ghanaian fashionista Osebo and his team stormed his shop and gifted him GHC4,000 and a motorbike to invest in his business.
A few weeks ago, Richard Brown, popularly known as Osebo visited the disabled shoemaker in Suhum, Eastern Region, to listen to his needs.
After the shoemaker told him how he has been struggling to make ends meet, Osebo took to social media to solicit funds for him.
He raised GHC9,200 from donors on his Instagram page. He split the money into three; GHC5,000 was used to purchase a motorbike for him to use for daily feeding, GHC2,000 was deposited into his account, and the last GHC2,000 was given to him to keep.
Osebo told him to use the motorbike as Okada (commercial motorbike) and save enough to buy another one for himself. Fast forward, the man, upon receiving the donations, broke down in tears.
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As a reminder, Osebo born Richard Brown has been doing good to the needy in recent times. Just last week, he freed 20 prisoners from the Kumasi Central Prison with the help of Apostle Safo Kantanka.