- A mother of triplets named Mary Tago has revealed she is struggling to provide for herself and her new babies
- The mother of eight, who currently lives in an unfinished building, also said she faces the problem of eviction by her landlord
- Mary lamented about her heartbreaking situation in an interview with Kofi TV
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A new mother of triplets, Mary Tago, has revealed she is struggling to fend for herself and her adorable babies.
Mary, who is a resident of Sarpeiman at Amasaman in the Greater Accra Region, has been hit hard with the challenge of providing for her kids.
The mother of triplets' poor background has also compounded her current situation.
Speaking about her depressing condition in an interview, Mary, a trader, told Kofi TV she was selling rice water before she delivered her triplets.
Not only is Mary burdened with the responsibility of providing for her children, she and her kids face an immediate problem of eviction from the incomplete building by their landlord.
In the recent interview, Mary also bemoaned the plight of her husband who is jobless. She said her husband is a trotro driver but he does not have a car at the moment.
According to her: ‘‘He sometimes gets out to look for job early dawn but he comes home with nothing, he is really going through hardships.''
Mary lamented about their ordeal and the unbearable burden of fending for the kids after she gave birth to her triplets.
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In another story, a single mother with the Twitter name, tha_ashcash, has proudly gushed about her academic milestone along with stunning graduation frames.
The mother of two handsome boys posed alongside her children in the impressive photos. She successfully graduated from a renowned university with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science.
Her story is truly motivating because of the challenges working and single mothers have been coping with in the modern world.
It has been even more difficult for her because one of her kids has a disability.
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