Hood Brothers Pledge House For Disabled Woman

Thuso Oteng Mekgwe
Thuso Oteng Mekgwe

After reading The Monitor’s December edition front-page article about struggles faced by disabled 27-year-old Diteko Mokgadi and her parents, Hood Brothers decided to help the family and pledged to build a house for their disabled daughter.

Hood Brothers, Tlokweng lads who grouped themselves sharing a common goal for the love of soccer, ended up extending a helping hand in the community.

Then Thuso Oteng Mekgwe and Kelebonye Kaboyamodimo visited The Monitor offices to enquire of the family and their whereabouts. The Monitor team took the duo to Mokgadi’s family at Selokwana Lands in the outskirts of Ga-Modubu village.

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