- Recent heart-warming photos of a former prison inmate, Ama Anima’s set of twins have surfaced online
- Ama Anima made headlines after it emerged that she had been jailed whilst pregnant over a GHC1,200 fine
- A court imposed the fine after she allegedly bit the hand of a family member during a brawl
- Anima gave birth months after her release and recent photos of her boys have stirred some endearing reactions
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Recent motivating photos of Ama Anima’s set of twins have surfaced on social media and the kids are looking all grown-up and adorable.
Photos of the boys have already generated some pleasant reactions since they were shared online.
YEN.com.gh reported that Ama Anima was given a 5-year jail sentence after she failed to pay a court fine of GHC1,200 whilst she was pregnant with the twins.
The fine was imposed on her for allegedly biting the hand of a family member during a fierce altercation and was jailed because she was unable to pay the fine.
With the help of Crime Check Ghana, Ama Anima was freed after the organisation paid the GHC 1,200 fine to have her released.
Following her release, the Executive Director of Crime Check Foundation, Ibrahim Kwarteng, announced months later via Facebook that pregnant Anima had given birth.
''Two bouncing baby boys from Ama Anima arrive. Prison should not be the portion of innocent babies who have done no wrong. Unfortunately some judges at the Lower Courts violate the law by throwing pregnant women into prison. We thank God for using us to rescue these beautiful kids from the prospects of a prison sentence. We pray they grow to declare the glory of God,'' Kwarteng wrote.
YEN.com.gh has sighted recent photos of the boys all-grown-up and dashing with good looks. Their mother, Anima, was also captured in an elated mood as she held one of her twins.
Check recent heart-warming photos below:
Some Ghanaian have shared pleasant reactions after photos of the twins, their mum and the executive director of Crime Check Foundation dropped online.
Eli JJ wrote: ''She looking all blessed with the handsome twins.. God bless you Mr Ibrahim for a good work done.''
''Wow, God bless you Sir.
Dear name sake, I pray for you grace, strength and Favor upon you and family,'' Nana Ama Anima said in reaction to the photos.
Nha Nah Eyesha wrote: ''When God embarrasses u with blessings erh...hmmm..Anima continue to smile.''
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