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Kindhearted man uses part of his salary to take hawker out for lunch

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A young man put smile on the face of a hawker with a disability when he used part of his salary to have lunch with him at an eatery.

The man known as Bubuashie Kevinhart on social media, revealed that his gesture towards the hawker was in continuation of the customer-client relationship his grandmother had with the physically challenged man.

The good Samaritan revealed his grandmother was a regular customer of the hawker identified as Bra Amos, but since she passed, he hardly sees the man.

But on one faithful day, while returning from the bank, he saw Amos sitting under a shed, resting just before he continues hawking.

The young man then who wanted to go for lunch then invited him and they had chicken at KFC.

Sharing photos, Bubuashie wrote;

”My grandmother used to always buys her bleach( AKƐSHAA) and other insecticides from this particular Hawker, Bra Amos, even though lots of Hawkers came to her for her to buy their products. Her reason was to help Bra Amos who is a physically challenged man to stay in business. Unfortunately my grandmother has passed on to her maker so I don’t often see him around anymore.

”It was pay day and I was coming from the bank when I saw Mr Amos sitting quietly under a shed. I asked him what’s wrong and if he was okay. He said he was ok for he is just taking a little rest before he continues his hawking. I was hungry at the time so I asked him if he wouldn’t mind having lunch with me? And he said yes. We went to the nearest KFC which was Dansoman Asoredanho Mataheko branch, after all it was payday and buying two pieces of chicken out of my salary won’t keep me broke for the rest of my life.

”We enjoyed our meal very well but at a point he asked if he could take his food to the house for people were watching and he is shy . On our way back to our various destinations, I requested he should come to our house anytime he comes hawking in our neighborhood for i want to continue the customer-client relationship he had with my late grandma. Some Legacy needs to be continued

 
 
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