While many people consider babies as their blessing from the God, but there are others still consider them as burden and a shame.

The abandoned baby’s cases are become more serious in our country. Besides that, the situation has reached a worrying state where babies are abandoned in the most unbelievable manner by their mothers in rivers, rubbish dumps, doorstep, bus stop and even mosques.

Some newborns make it and some d!e while others are k!lled before being dumped.

By the testified story posted from The Daily Commercial, it is proven that these so called abandoned children can hold the potential in them to do incredible things for society.

Nothing changed and nothing is differ from the regular child.

Couple named Nathan and Betty Figgers adopted a child way back 1989. The said child was abandoned in a dumpster in Florida shortly after his birth.

They passed and noticed an infant in clear distress took it upon themselves to call the police. The said baby got a minor injury

The said baby specified as Freddie Figgers. He said that growing up, he had stuggles by being called as “dumpster baby” after he knew that he was found at the top of a dumpster.

“It’s a rural area, so after it happened, everybody heard about it,” he said.

My parents told me the truth about what happened as I grew older. I thought about it a lot as a kid, and I’d have to say it was embarrassing when I was younger.”

Once in his life, he was 9 year old boy when he knew about his interest in technology. His father had bought him a broken down Mac computer to tinker for the reason to keep Freddie out of trouble.

He was 15, he started his own company helping other people fix their computers from his parent’s living room. But before that, when he was 13, he was hired by his local city to fix their computers. In his job, he proved how good he is when it comes to technology.

His world turned upside down when he invent a GPS tracker that could be inserted into shoes, because his father would often wander off, and he needed to make sure he could both track and talk to him at the same time.

That technology was sold to another company worth $2.2 million (RM9.1 million)

According to an appraisal last 2017, the company is worth more than $62 million (RM257 million). As of today, he runs and operates his own private telecommunications company, Friggers Wireless, in the United States

His achievements doesn’t end there. He is also the founder of his own charitable organisation that gives back to his community, called The Friggers Foundation.

He is also known as the youngest person to hold an FCC License, which allows him to operate his own telecommunications network!

“The best thing any human being can do is influence another one,” by Freddie.