- Social media user, Nii-Adjei Zee, has shared a soul-touching photo of a struggling mother
- The photo shows a mother with a baby strapped to her back with another in her arm while hawking pears
- The photo has erupted awe-inspiring remarks online
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A heart-warming photo of a mother with a baby strapped to her back with another in her arm while hawking pears has erupted awe-inspiring commentaries about mothers.
The photo, which connotes a million words, highlights the daily struggles of peasant women who brave the odds to provide three square meals for their children.
While details of the woman including her name were not shared along with the heart-warming photo, it has evoked reactions with many expressing appreciation for the hard work of their mothers.
The photo was shared by social media user, Nii-Adjei Zee, who posted the image to thank and acknowledge hardworking mothers.
Captioning the photo, Zee urged others to recognise the struggles of mothers.
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''When you see Mothers hustling like this, Sis/bruv please don’t bargain and try beating down price, JUST PAY.....
She’s just trying her best to survive, along with her wards. Ayekoo to our Mama’s.''
The photo has generated awe-inspiring remarks from social media users under the post.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian police officer with Instagram handle @armz_xander, shared images along with his unique story to urge people not to give up in the face of herculean obstacles.
The young officer posted a photo collage carrying cement block while proudly showing himself in his police uniform to show his progress in life.
@armz_xander indicated that he had struggled in the past and in spite of the major setbacks, grace found him.
He shared the stunning images showing his admirable transformation from grass to grace.
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