- Heart-breaking photos of all five children of Ohemaa, a hawker who died during delivery at the hospital have popped up
- Ohemaa died together with her child on Tuesday, February 25, 2020
- Images of all five children of Ohemaa have surfaced on social media
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YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of the five children of Ohemaa, an expectant mother who died during delivery at the hospital.
The late Ohemaa was a peanut hawker who died together with her baby during childbirth on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that the late expectant mother lived a horse-like life as a hawker while heavily pregnant because of her economically disadvantage background.
Ohemaa was compelled to hawk petty products to provide for herself and her unborn child. Despite her daily struggles to make little money to fend for herself, she could not afford to pay her medical bills for antenatal services.
Although Ohemaa received help to pay her medical bills, she died together with her baby during delivery.
Images of Ohemaa’s five children have surfaced on social media following her death.
''Our beloved sister Ohemaa left behind five children. It was difficult looking at such young children lose their mother who happens to be the bread winner of the family. Pls join us and let support the education and upkeep of these children. RIP Ohemaa,''Crime Check Foundation shared the images along with a caption.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previoulsy reported that after years of having to wait to celebrate their birthday, Lilylively Gh and her beautiful twin sister finally got to mark their leap birthday. In honour of their momentous occasion, Lilylively Gh shared admirable images of herself and her twin sister to mark their special day.
After 4 years of waiting, Lilylively Gh couldn’t wait to celebrate another pivotal day in their lives.
She shared gorgeous images of herself and twin sister to mark and immortalised their birthday. Lilylively Gh and her twin celebrated their leap birthday on Saturday February 29, 2020, and she took to a popular Facebook group to celebrate their day while urging members of the group to help them express thanks to God.
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