- Ghanaians have been sharing adorable photos of their mothers to celebrate them on Mothers' Day
- Along with the photos, heartwarming messages were also shared to show how heroic the mothers have been
- YEN.com.gh has compiled some of the most compelling
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Mothers' Day is a day specially set aside to celebrate the efforts of mothers in many places around the world and Ghanaians have been doing so in highly adorable ways.
YEN.com.gh earlier asked the general public to say how heroic their mothers or mother figures have been in their lives and has now compiled some of the most compelling comments and images shared.
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1. Yayra Akosua:
I want to thank my mother for being a great mum because she took care of my baby for me to be able to complete my SHS education and even graduate from the university
2. Blessing Ampadu Stiches:
It ain’t easy for a single woman like mum after she divorced Dad to raised three bad kids on her own, I saw her struggling for our education I saw her struggling to get us Clothes to wear. Irreplaceable mum, you’re appreciated.
3. Nana Yaa Agyemang
My mothers are superheroes because if not for them I wouldn't have been able to pay my fees and even get money for school may God bless them for me...
And my elder sister because of us she's not married ohww awurade nhyira no and may she meet the right man at the right time
#God #Bless #them for my sake
4. Obed Boateng
Had it not been my mother, I would not even know what a smartphone is and even how to write. God bless you mother.
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5. Ruth Etornam Akaho
In sickness she is there to give me the proper treatments when we have nothing at home to eat, we don't sleep empty stomach she always tries her effort as a Mother to get something for us. in fact she is the best Mom in the world
6. Judy Sparta
My mum is a hero and you know why she gave birth when 19 abandon by my father raised me single-handed made sure I have all the basics n until now she always make sure am happy n helps me take care of my daughter live you, mum, in my thick and thin times you never abandon me you are my hero
7. Begieta Heart will Amewugah
A hero is someone who stands out to fight for u even when all rejects u. I remember when I was going for an interview I had nun on me.. Mama also had Nun too on her so she had to go to a graphic seller to borrow money from him to give to me to go. This incidence made me love her more... Aside from that when the old boy goes out without leaving a dim, mama always finds a way to put food on the table for everyone.. Just give mama 20gh, she will surely do magic and everyone will get something to eat...tats not all but she carried me for 9months even when biological father said he ain't ready for a baby..she could have taken me out from her stomach but she kept me and gave birth to me....... I love her papa a blessing that can never be replaced one in a million.....
8. Kogle Banaamwine
My mother is an ordinary and single individual who finds her strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.
9. Tang Stephen
Yes she is even more than a hero because she is one in a million
10. Godwin Kwaku Nyarko
My mum is a hero because she didn't abort me
In other news, Ghanaian lady by name Afia Asantewaa Asare-Kyei has become one of the three Africans who have been appointed to join Facebook's newly created Oversight Board.
A report by Thebftonline.com indicates that the said Oversight Board was instituted to review certain content decisions by Facebook and Instagram and make binding decisions based on respect for freedom of expression and human rights.
Afia Asantewaa Asare-Kyei's appointment happened on March 7, 2020, which made the whole Ghana very proud of her.
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