Ghanaian journalist, Bridget Otoo, through Facebook, has revealed how a pure water seller helped her when she was about to die because she had no physical cash on her to buy water.
In thanking her back for her kind gesture, the Metro TV newscaster revealed that she is ready to make an impact on the girl’s life since she is a school dropout.
Taking to Facebook, she wrote:
I fell sick while driving home a few days ago and needed water, I had no physical cash on me except momo. I was also embarrassed to ask those in traffic, I mean who would take momo for just 2 cedis water? I began to dehydrate more, I had passed at least 4 bottle water sellers on the kpone stretch, then I saw this young lady, I whispered that I wanted water and can only pay via momo. She declined the momo and gave me the water when she saw the state I was in. I drank the water, washed my face and rested a bit. She didn’t want me to pay, I insisted on taking her number to thank her later…
I drove off thanking God and thinking how this girl saved me in ways she would never know. I called her next morning to thank her and went ahead to send her momo to show just how grateful I am. she called back, shocked and happy. We had a long conversation and I discovered she’s an SHS drop out, she’s agreed to meet me to talk and I honestly can’t wait to see where this goes, I hope I can also make an impact in her life. The people with the least can be so kind. I’m grateful to Portia