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75-Year-Old Man Struggles For A Living Despite Having 11 Children

75-Year-Old Man Struggles For A Living Despite Having 11 Children

None of his adult children can support him and his wife in their old age.

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A 75-year-old man in Petaling Jaya is making headlines for his search for a job to support his disabled wife and disabled child.

The man, who has not been named, recently approached a worker for assistance, sharing his story of hardship.

According to the man, he and his first wife had 11 children, all now married.

However, his children cannot support him and his wife in their old age.

The man’s second wife is also disabled, and the couple has a disabled child.

Despite his age, the man is determined to find work to provide for his family. He has been met with sympathy and support from many who have heard his story, including Twitter user @jenjibam, who recently shared the man’s story on social media.

In the post,@jenjibam highlighted that the man has 11 children, each of whom could contribute a small amount to help support their parents.

However, the man’s children have not stepped up to assist him.

Financial Challenges In Modern Times

@jenjibam’s post has sparked a conversation online, with many expressing sadness at the man’s situation.

Some have suggested that there may be more to the story than what has been shared, while others have pointed out that it is a sad reflection of the society that a 75-year-old man must work to support himself and his family.

Despite his challenges, the man remains determined to provide for his loved ones.

His sad story serves as a reminder that the cost of living has increased, and many families face financial challenges that make it difficult to support elderly parents.

It also highlights the importance of planning for retirement and saving for the future and the need for society to support and care for elderly individuals who may not have access to financial resources or family support.

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