13-Year-Old Cleaner Looking for Cash to Support Family Also Looking to Fund Gaming PC

Posted on Oct 3 2015 - 10:36am by Redwire Singapore

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This is one young man who’s not afraid to work for his keep.

In a Carousell post in January this year, the supposed 13-year-old, Muhamad Akid, has offered to clean people’s houses for money to help with his family’s finances.

His predicament was brought to light, after a Facebook post by Ashraf Feroz Khan went viral.

Praising Akid for his grit, Ashraf said:

“I have so much respect for this kid. At the age of 13 he’s already trying his best to support his family. When I was 13, i didn’t know nuts of supporting anyone.

He’s willing to put in the extra hard work to get money unlike some people who would rob, steal, cheat or make use of other people’s money. The market rate for house cleaning services is at least $10 per hour, I just hope no one will take advantage of this kid due to his low rates.

I take my hats off to this young kid. May Allah Bless you & your family and give you His Guidance in whatever you do.

To all my friends staying in Woodlands, do give a helping hand & support him!”

Apparently, Akid has also sold off a huge collection of his PS3 games

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He’s now looking to get a souped-up graphics card to play the latest PC games.

And he’s looking for someone to upgrade his PC for him to a souped-up i7 gaming PC, or more accurately, supply him with the equipment.

Because as a 13-year-old he doesn’t have the parts.

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For now, Akid is lacking a super graphics card.

And he’s asking around if anyone’s selling a GTX750ti model, who’ll allow him to pay in instalments – with his weekly pocket money!

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