- Mame Panin, a mother of twelve children, has received GHc1,000 to start a business
- In some photos on social media, Mame can be seen overwhelmed with emotions as she received the cash gift
- Crime Check TV shared her reverting but heartbreaking account in a post on social media
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A struggling mother of twelve children, Mame Panin, has been left overcome with emotions after she was given a cash amount of GHc1,000.
In a post on social media that throws a spotlight on the woman’s heaps of financial difficulties, Crime Check TV reveals that Mame has been struggling to provide three square meals for herself and all her twelve kids.
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Crime Check reveals in the post that Mame ended up giving birth to 10 boys because she wanted girls at all cost. Now, she has twelve adorable children, including two girls.
However, providing for herself and the kids has been a daunting daily challenge. Mame recently received assistance in the form of cash from Crime Check.
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Announcing the kind deed on social media, Crime Check wrote: ''When you need a baby girl at all cost and end up giving birth to twelve children. In Mame Panin's case, she has not been able to circumsize any of his ten boys because of poverty. The one thousand cedis donation was a shock to her. She wept. Life is indeed cruel!''
The post has generated dozens of reactions beneath the post social media.
In another story, Ben Dotsei Malor, a former presidential staffer in the John Mahama regime, has paid a visit to Sister Yaavi, a woman who provided assistance to him while he was a student at the University of Ghana.
In a post on social media, Molor revealed that Sister Yaavi and her younger sister Ameyo, often gave him some free food, without him asking.
At the time on Legon campus, Malor was without food on many occasions, simply because there was little or no money. ''I even started to convince myself that I studied best on an empty stomach,'' he said.
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