Anthony Appiah, a 9-year-old child, has struck hearts on social media after attempting to get financial support for his family, who are struggling to make ends meet.
The small boy, who is a class learner, stated in the poignant letter that his father, who is a commercial (Trotro) driver whose car engine has broken down, and his mother are both jobless.
Anthony Appiah was pleading with Ghanaians to intervene and assist his parents in finding work so that they can take his sick brother to the hospital. He also stated that they did not have enough money to eat at home.
Furthermore, after thanking God for the gift of life during their daily devotion prayers, they weep together.
A kind Samaritan decided to donate to support the family after seeing the letter on Twitter, which was shared under the handle @abenamagis.
The youngster was given GHc900 to pass over to his mother, who was seen crying and moved by the anonymous person's goodwill and her son's efforts to alleviate the situation.
The youngster's mother wept as she hugged him, and a witness who was filming the incident was heard telling the boy to obey his parents no matter what.
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