16-Year-Old Pakistani Topper Quits School To Become Tea Seller So He Could Help Struggling Family

Muhammad Huzaifa, a 16-year-old boy from Multan, Pakistan, who scored 1050 points out of 110o in his matriculation exams, ended up giving his education so he could sell tea with a big smile in order to help his struggling family.

The teenager had to support his 5 siblings and mother.

Muhammad is the breadwinner of his family.

The story of Muhammad went viral on social media after he was seen selling drinks in the Ghala Mandi area of Multan, which is located in the Punjab province of Pakistan.

@Hafsaofficial2 shared a picture of the smiling boy and said:

How amazing it’s to see a bright, intelligent boy like Huzaifa who scored 1050 out of 1100 in matric Multan board in 2019. The boy is working at a sherbet (drinks) stall in order to earn a living for his five younger orphan siblings and mother.

Muhammad was previously offered a scholarship at a private college, however, he refused it and continued to work to make sure that his family gets support.

His recent viral fame proved to be fruitful.

After getting to know about the story of Muhammad, Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal (PBM) (a government agency) offered to fund the education of Huzaifa and his five siblings.

(PBM) Chairman Aon Abbas Buppi, the Managing Director of Bait-ul-Mal, revealed on Twitter that they had reached out to the boy and his family

In his post, Buppi wrote that besides funding the children’s education, the family would also be getting financial aid.

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