Mother in tears as her 6-year-old son with a hole in the heart receives over GHc52k for surgery

Mother in tears as her 6-year-old son with a hole in the heart receives over GHc52k for surgery

- Zenabu's son, Masawudu, is suffering from a hole in the heart defect condition

- The six-year-old minor needed over GHc52,000 ($9,000) to undergo urgent hole in the heart surgery

- Through Crime Check Foundation, the amount has been raised for the surgery

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A pure water seller only identified as Zenabu has received financial help for her son, who is suffering from a hole in the heart to undergo surgery.

Zenabu' son, Masawudu, who is six years old, needed over GHc52,000 ($9,000) to undergo urgent surgery to correct the heart defect.

The minor's father had labelled his mother ''bad luck'' for birthing a child with a hole in the heart.

Mother in tears as her 6-year-old son with a hole in the heart receives over GHc52k for surgery
Mother in tears as her 6-year-old son with a hole in the heart receives over GHc52k for surgery. Image: Crime ChecK Foundation
Source: UGC

Through Crime Check Foundation, Zenabu's son has received the required amount to undergo the surgery.

The charity disclosed this in a Facebook post, saying: ''This is how pure water seller Zenabu responded after we surprised her with the much needed nine thousand dollars urgently needed to help her six-year-old son Masawudu to undergo a hole in heart surgery.

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''Her husband has labelled her a "bad luck" woman for bringing forth a son with a hole in his heart. Many many thanks to Mr Ali Ibrahim for contributing seven thousand dollars into our Health Check Fund and to our other donors who contributed to the fund to support little Masawudu. May the Almighty God richly bless our donors,'' the foundation posted.

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that at 15, Holali Ativor discovered that she was born with ambiguous genitalia but little did she know that it would derail her dream of playing football at the national level.

In 2019, she lost a chance to play for the Black Queens because she failed to meet the team's gender requirement after a medical examination by a doctor at the Ghana Football Association (GFA) indicated that she is intersex.

Though Ativor considers herself a woman, football stakeholders do not think so.

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In other news, though Jesse Roland Prah originally did not set out to be an entrepreneur or farmer, he has become one of the few successful locally produced rice brands in Takoradi in the Western Region.

The chief executive officer of Roland Rice stumbled on rice farming when the opportunity presented itself.

Roland Rice is a domestic rice brand grown, milled, processed, and packaged in Takoradi, which comes in different packages.

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