- A four-year-old girl at Likpe in the Volta Region is unable to sit or walk due to a mysterious medical condition
- According to her sad mother, it all happened one day when they returned from weighing and the child started crying and became disabled
- Donations can be made to Rita's mother on 0540169707 or 0202072024 with the account name, Clinton Yeboah
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A young Ghanaian single mother who lives at Likpe in the Volta Region has recounted how her four-year-old daughter became disabled mysteriously.
In an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of bonesmantv, the woman said it all started one fateful night when they returned from weighing and the child was crying profusely.
The next day, she realised the girl's legs had deformed and since then, the little girl has been unable to walk on her own or even sit properly due to the condition.
See the interview below:
According to the sad mother with limited means, she spent all she had trying to seek medical treatment for her child but she ended up losing it all as the problem still persists.
She also mentioned that other people recommended spiritual interventions but none of the places she was taken to was able to provide a solution to the problem.
Along the line, the girl's father also broke up with her mother, leaving her as a single mum with little income.
Anyone with the heart to support is entreated to do so financially by donating to 0540169707 or 0202072024 with the account name, Clinton Yeboah.
Alternatively, Zenith Bank Number: 4111718914 or PayPal: email@example.com can be used.
Away from that, Valentina Roberts, a 14-year-old Ghanaian girl who works as a head porter at Agbogbloshie has narrated how she goes about her daily life hustle that earns just a little amount of money.
In a video report by JoyNews, it was revealed that Valentina stays in the same room with 11 other girls who do the same work, along with all their belongings.
As early as 3:30 am, the hardworking young girl and her friends go out to start carrying heavy loads for their customers who mostly end up shortchanging them.
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