- Charity Kusi, a 47-year-old Ghanaian mother of 10, lost her husband years ago and has been plunged into a state of penury since then
- The middle-aged lady who started giving birth at age 15 explained that she was offered a sales job by an assemblywoman when her man passed on but that is also not working well now
- Before leaving, the Crime Check Foundation with assistance from its sponsors, presented GHc 580 to Mama Charity by way of assistance
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A 47-year-old Ghanaian lady identified as Charity Kusi who lives at Asafo in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi, has narrated her great struggles of life.
In an interview with the popular Ghanaian charity organization, Crime Check Foundation, Charity explained that she is a single mother with 10 children and two grandkids currently.
According to Charity who was teary throughout the video, her husband died years ago and since then, taking care of the children became a great burden.
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Mama Charity further indicated that there was an assemblywoman at her area who was so kind to get her a sales job when the father of her children passed away.
"The assemblywoman told me that all she wanted was for me to be able to take care of my children and not to gain any profit for her. But things went bad since she was voted out of office."
Before leaving, the Crime Check Foundation, with assistance from its sponsors presented GHc 580 to the middle-aged lady who started giving birth at the age of 15.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that Vida Anane, a 37-year-old Ghanaian lady has wept in a video, narrating how her entire existence has been destroyed by ghosts that she sleeps with.
In an interview with SV TV, Vida mentioned that no week in her life has passed by without her having a sexual encounter with men who she knows have died in the past.
According to her, just about four days prior to the interview, the worst of all happened to her when she dreamt and saw her own late father sleep with her.
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