From homeless to homeowner

-differently abled man gets $2.4M house

Clive Richmond, a differently-abled man who lived on the street for several years, received the keys to a new $2.4 million home yesterday.

Richmond, 48, who moves around with the aid of a crutch, had managed to purchase land from the proceeds of begging but became a homeowner due to “Beharry Build/Habitat Guyana” partnership, which is a collaboration of Habitat for Humanity and the Edward B Beharry & Company Ltd.

A visibly jubilant Richmond, in the presence of representatives of the Beharry Build/Habitat Guyana partnership, members of the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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