A 40 year old farmer known as Stephen Opoku Nyarko, is a maize farmer who was unfortunately born blind. Irrespective of this disability, he has managed to cultivate a large maize farm which he uses to cater for his children.
He has actually been rewarded for his good work done. He is always escorted to his farm where he squats to weed. He holds the weed to know whether it is an actual weed or maize plant before cutting them off with his cutlass.
This is the practice he has been engaging in for several years. He was invited recently to Adomfm where he told his story and asked for help to support his family as life is becoming difficult for him. He mentioned that his first daughter is not working currently so he pleaded with the public to help him establish a water depot where his daughter will be helping in the sales.
Many Ghanaians together with Adom Fm, came to the aid of Mr. Nyarko and now a container has been built for him, with name of the Shop being Adom Water Depot. What he need now is a fridge and the water supply for him to start business. AdomFm is still soliciting for funds for him to gain his requests fully.
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