Infant triplets who lost their mother during child birth have received donated food items, detergents, food supplements and cash support from MTN.
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Linda Dankwah lost her life in April 2019 after giving birth to the triplets; two boys and a girl via caesarean section.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Linda Dankwah already had five children, including a set of twins, before the triplets.
According to graphic.com.gh, MTN made the donated to Akusua Twumwaa, mother of the deceased who had cater for the babies thereafter.
Representatives of MTN expressed the hope that the items would help the family to meet the needs of the children and help in providing them with good care.
The grandmother of the children, Madam Twumwaah, expressed gratitude to the company for coming to their aid.
She said she was surprised that the company knew of their plight, since the family did not even make any formal request to them for assistance.
Meanwhile, a photo that has recently emerged online has given insight into how Ghanaian women in the Gold Coast, present day Ghana, used to grind corn on stones.
The picture, dated April 20, 2019, shows some Ghanaian women in local prints allegedly grinding corn with stone While the use of stone grinders is not unique to Ghana and its use in many modern homes is fading, the stones are still being used in arears especially in rural parts of the country
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