- Mama Mary, the mother to a young lady who gave birth to seven children has passed away
- According to Crime Check Foundation, the 70-year-old granny died after she suffered a stroke
- Prior to her death, she was the one taking care of her grandchildren
Mama Mary, a 70-year-old grandmother who was bequeathed seven grandchildren following the death of her daughter, has also passed away after she suffered stroke.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Crime Check Foundation's Instagram page, Mama Mary passed away a week ago after battling the illness.
Following the death of her daughter, Mama Mary was left with no choice but to take care of her grandchildren made up of triplet babies and four others.
Through her struggles and appeal for support, her woes were heard by Crime Check Foundation who came to her aid.
As a result, the Agape Love in the Hague, (Holland), Prestigious Ladies of the Gold Coast, (UK), Ghanaian Women Association of Peel, Ghanaian Women Aglow and our other donors pooled resources together and presented an amount of GHC12,000 to Mama Mary in Kumasi.
The funds were to support her raise the grandkids and also ensure that they were put through school.
According to CCF, Mama Mary died at 70 and has also left behind her triplets grandkids whose mother died immediately after delivery.
She had to take care of them all alone in addition to the four other grandchildren her daughter left behind.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Nana Tenewaah Safoa II, the Queen mother of Asuboni No.3, a suburb of Nkawkaw in the Kwahu West Municipal Assembly of Eastern Region has shed tears over her town's addition to the national grid.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Kasapafmonline, the town's inclusion to the national grid followed the commissioning of an electrification project in the area.
The community after 500 years of its establishment has finally been added to the national grid.
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