- Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has paid a visit to the 82-year-old lady who was abandoned by her family after she was cured of leprosy
- As it were, Daari Pogo, was forced to live in a dilapidated 5 meters by 6-meter mud hut with her granddaughter Adjara after her family's abandonment
- Dr Bawumia, after hearing of Pogo's predicament, built her a 2-bedroom house which she now lives in comfortably
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Daari Pogo, an 82-year-old Ghanaian lady, who was abandoned in a muddy thatch by her family has finally received her 2-bedroom house from Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of the vice-president of Ghana, the old lady could not keep her emotions together as photos of her have shown.
Although she was cured of leprosy, Daari Pogo had been abandoned by her family at Gurungu motori in the Wa West district.
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See photos as Daari Pogo received her house below:
According to Dr Bawumia, he was moved to make the massive donation to the old lady after her story was aired in a Joy News Documentary.
As it were, Daari Pogo, was forced to live in a dilapidated 5 meters by 6-meter mud hut with her granddaughter Adjara after her family's abandonment.
Ghana's vice-president, who indicates he is the patron of the Lepers Aid Society, said visiting the 82-year-old was an ecstatic moment in his life. His own words were:
As the Patron of the Lepers Aid Society, today is a happy day in my life and I thank God for what he has done for Madam Pogo
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YEN.com.gh also reported that a professional Ghanaian motorbike rider called Mohammed Lary has revealed that he was able to support his family and buy land for himself because of his Okada business.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Mohammed explained that he started the okada business only five years ago but has been able to gather enough funds to cater for his family's needs.
Mohammed Lary, who graduated from senior high school and was unable to further his education due to lack of money, said he started riding okada after his car broke down as he worked as a driver.
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