- Maa Adjoa, an old woman living in a small village called Takorase survives on her own as all her kids have left for the city
- According to the old woman, she has 3 sons and 2 daughters but none of them has ever visited her since they left
- The rather sad but heartwarming story was made public by a gentleman named Francis Matey who reveals the old woman is fit and lives life rather normally
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A very old woman identified as Maa Adjoa who's a mother of five has reportedly had to live alone in a village called Takorase after all her children abandoned her for city life.
The story was made public by a gentleman called Francis Matey who revealed he and his workmates were sent on a National Identification Authority (NIA) mission at the village.
According to Francis, Maa Adjoa indicated that all her three sons and two daughters left her to live elsewhere in cities and have never even returned to pay her a visit.
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It is rather positive and interesting to note that the old woman, although looking very frail, is still able to perform chores and everyday activities without assistance.
But looking at Maa Adjoa she still got lot of energy for various activities such as family, animal husbandry, and a lot, Francis the reporter asserted.
Francis further narrated:
"So I told her yomo (grandmum) I want to be your new friend. She happily and emotionally replied, 'My son, am also ever ready to be a friend to you.' So I told her to come let's have a picture together to symbolize a start for our fruitful friendship"
In other news regarding old women, a 105-year-old lady identified as Lessie Benningfield Randle who is one of the last known living survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre in Oklahoma has had her birthday celebrated in grand style.
According to Theoklahomaeagle.net, the old lady's beloved childhood home that was completely pulled down during the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot was fully restored for her after 99 years.
The group that made the 105-year-old Lessie Benningfield Randle's dream come true was led by Dr Tiffany Crutcher who is the founder of the Terence Crutcher Foundation.
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