88-year-old Ghanaian woman sews dresses for poor children across the country (photos)

88-year-old Ghanaian woman sews dresses for poor children across the country (photos)

At 88 years, Comfort Offeibea Asante, has made impacting lives a hobby via her benevolent activities by making clothes and distributing them to needy persons across the country.

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Comfort Offeibea Asante started sewing by herself at age 80 and now makes a difference in the lives of children by sewing and distributing it to needy kids.

Her recent kind gesture targeted the Kumasi Children’s Home with 30 pieces of ready-made outfits.

88-year-old Offeibea Asante was at Nhyira News after making her donation to the orphanage.

She has not allowed old age to hinder her from reaching out to humanity and she does this with her own resources.

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She notes that sewing for kids keeps her busy while at the same time she gets to show kindness to other people especially deprived children in the country.

Meanwhile, an adorable couple has generated buzz with their unique wedding apparel after their photos in simple outfits surfaced online.

The couple settled for the usual wedding outfits and have set the internet on an eye-popping mode with their unusual wedding outfit and we just can't have enough of it.

No doubt white will forever be the preferred choice of many, however, this couple proved there was something undeniable about the appeal of an unexpected navy blue wax print for their big day.

The man was donned in the same a navy blue wax print blazer his wife's dress was made from. His wife also gave us a full length simple yet elegant gown and shifted from the normal tiara to serve us a native scarf as a headgear.

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