International opens stall to support 3-year-old son

Single mother opens nasi lemak stall to support 3-year-old son

She gets to work though yet to recover from leg operation




- Advertisement -

– Though yet to recover from her leg operation, a has recently opened a stall in to support her three-year-old son.

One Poonam Pillay took to Facebook on May 3 to share the story of Glory Selvadurai, a woman who has lost her husband in a motorcycle accident in Singapore in August 2020.

However, Ms Poonam noted that Ms Selvadurai was a “strong woman” who prioritises her son. The mother would say, “I’m ok akka (sister), life have (sic) to go on, and I need to focus on my son now”, whenever the two ladies would catch over social media.

Ms Poonam also highlighted the recent leg injury of Ms Selvadurai. After an operation, her leg needs at least six months to recover.

- Advertisement -

“But she chooses to fight the pain and go on with opening her stall today,” said Ms Poonam.

She dropped by the newly opened stall to support her friend.

“I can see that she’s still in pain. You’re a fighter, gal!” said Ms Poonam.

She shared the nasi lemak stall’s location and hoped others would drop by to support the hardworking mother.

- Advertisement -

Photo: FB screengrab/Poonam Pillay

With over 1,800 shares to date, members of the online community wished Ms Selvadurai more blessings.

The single mother also put in a comment to thank everyone for the support./TISG

Read related: Single mother of 3 wins S$20,000 lottery prize from S’pore telco Circles.Life

Single mother of 3 wins S$20,000 lottery prize from S’pore telco Circles.Life

- Advertisement -

Follow us on Social Media

Send in your scoops to 

- Advertisement -

Buck naked biker seen along the PIE and in Eunos

Singapore — A motorcyclist wearing neither clothes nor a helmet was caught on camera riding on the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) and in Eunos. In photos and a video circulating on WhatsApp messenger and on social media on Thursday (Jun 10), the biker...

“Please f***ing clean up your mess: Netizen who found food remains on void deck

Singapore—There is no excuse to be unhygienic and leave the rest of one’s food all over the place, said one netizen in a “3AM RANT” over social media. “DO F***ING BETTER LAH SINGAPOREANS,” said the netizen, who goes by @asonofapeach on TikTok...

Ngee Ann Poly lecturer who said that Indians marrying Chinese is a racist act also made comments against Islam in class

Singapore — Tan Boon Lee, the Ngee Ann Polytechnic lecturer who was seen in a viral video berating an Indian man for being in a relationship with a Chinese woman, was accused by his former students of making racially and religiously...
Follow us on Social Media

Send in your scoops to