Ali Banat, a young Australian Millionaire, passed away at the age of 32. He was diagnosed with terminal cancer of stage four in 2015. He lived in Greenacre in Sydney’s south-west and decided to give away his wealth to the charity.
Doctors did not expect him to live two years longer, but he did and died on last Friday.
He registered his charity “Muslims Around the World” on January 2016. Its objective was to help the less privileged Muslims around the world, including the countries such as Togo, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. He was given seven months to live, in that small duration; he had collected $2.1 million.
He owned a security and electrical company, never preceding the chance to show off his fortune on various social media.
He created a video titled, “gifted with cancer” in which he, described his cancer as a gift as it was this diagnosis, which gave him a “chance to change.”
In a video, he is seen flaunting a Ferrari Spider Car worth $600,000 and an expensive pair of Louis Vuitton shoes. This video is rocking the internet right now.
In a video, which was released a few days before his death, he is seen requesting people to continue this noble work even after his death. He asked the people to notice the situations of these needy people and lend them a helping hand.
In the wake of his death, his followers have collected around $1.3 million, which would be invested in constructing houses for more than 200 widows, a hospital, and a school.
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