130-year-old Ghanaian woman dies chasing her GHc 34 cedis that was owed her

130-year-old Ghanaian woman dies chasing her GHc 34 cedis that was owed her

- A woman who was 130 years old in Ghana has died from attempts to retrieve her GHc 34 that was owed her

- It is reported that the debtor had refused to pay after several attempts and on the final one, the century-old woman fell down and passed on a few days later

- Obaapanin Mary had only one son who died a few years ago and was aged 75 years

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Obaapanin Mary, a 130-year-old woman in Ghana, has passed on days after she fell during an attempt to retrieve GH¢34 ($5.88) that was owed her by another woman.

According to Crime Check Foundation and Facts and Truths, the woman’s only son died a few years ago, aged 75 and since then, it had been difficult for the century-old woman to cater to her needs.

Kate, a distanced relative to the late 130-year-old who lives at North-Suntreso in the Ashanti Region of Ghana, recounted the heartbreaking incident in an interview obtained by Facts and Truths.

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130-year-old Ghanaian woman dies chasing her GHc 34 cedis that was owed her

130-year-old Ghanaian woman dies chasing her GHc 34 cedis that was owed her Source: Instagram, Facts & Truths
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Before her untimely demise, Obaapanin was receiving some periodic financial assistance from a charity organization called the Crime Check Foundation.

In an interview that was carried out before she sadly died, the old lady mentioned that she was unable to work and relied on the benevolence of her neighbours for food.

She also mentioned that it was impossible for her to return to her hometown as well because there was nobody that would care for her.

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In another heartbreaking report by YEN.com.gh, Elizabeth Amoah, a Ghanaian lady who was born with two reproductive systems, has indicated how she has had to deal with multiple health conditions because of it.

The woman, who is also known as Special Lady, made this narration in an interview with SV TV Africa sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of the entity.

According to Special Lady, she was diagnosed with anaemia very early in her life and had to live on pills like Multivite for a long time.

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