Netizen offers goods for the ill or elderly on Facebook after his beloved father dies

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Photo: Facebook screengrab/Syafiq Focus Syafiq Focus

A man who goes by the name of Syafiq Focus Syafiq Focus on Facebook decided to turn his loss into others’ gain by offering the goods his late father used after his father passed away. In lieu of payment, he asked for prayers for his beloved father.

Posting on the social media site on January 6, the netizen said that his father had died peacefully on December 19, 2018, and that he wanted to donate items that had been bought for his father during his illness to those who needed them.

Among the items are a commode chair on rollers for using the toilet, calorie-dense drinks, whey protein, and adult diapers. The poster assured everyone that the items were all new and that the food items had not been opened, and are good until next year, 2020.

He asked for interested parties to send him private messages to arrange for picking up their desired items, and furthermore, asked fellow Facebookers to share the post so more people in need could be reached. He also left a number where he could be reached.

Our beloved late father had left us peacefully on 19/12/2018, surrounded by his beloved family. With that, we would…

Posted by Syafiq Focus Syafiq Focus on Saturday, 5 January 2019

Here is the post in full:

“Our beloved late father had left us peacefully on 19/12/2018, surrounded by his beloved family.

With that, we would like to give away the following items to anyone whose really in need. It is all brand new bought directly from supplier & the canned and packet milk are all un-open. Valid till 2020. We will not charge a single cents, accept that we hope for your prayers for our beloved late father.

Items has to be collected personally within your own arrangement. Pm us if u need the address. Pls share..

May Allah swt blessed his soul and placed him amongst the believers. Aameen..????????

Thank u.

Syafiq Focus

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Netizens have expressed their condolences to the family of the poster, as well as shared it.

By early afternoon of January 7, Monday, the poster wrote an update that all the items had been claimed. He said his father had been a kind man and would have been glad that the things he no longer needed went to those who would find them useful, and thanked the well-wishers who commented on his post.