A woman started cooking for strangers and serving it to people as they break their Ramadan fast. However, no one showed up.
Recently, a girl posted a picture on Instagram letting her followers know that her mother was cooking and giving away food to strangers for Iftar, or the breaking of fast, during Ramadan.
She added that if people had no one to break their fast with or if they were in the area, they were more then welcome to drop by and break their fast with her mother.
However, in what would seem to be a case of poor publicity, no one showed up.
Her daughter posted a follow-up picture letting people know that no one turned up and encouraged more people to support her mother and to not let her efforts go to waste.
This was picked up by friends such as @nvramalinz who reposted the picture and encouraged their followers to bring their family and friends to support her and to make sure that the food and effort did not go to waste.
If you would like to support her, head down to Jalan Kayu Block 446A during Iftar. She will be serving food every day except Saturdays and Sundays.
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