- Alima Wahabu is a Ghanaian farmer in Zebilla District in the Upper East Region of Ghana
- The physically challenged woman has 15 employees and pays them a monthly wage of GHc120 each
- Wahabu, a mother of five is singlehanded raising and catering for her children
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Despite living with a disability, Alima Wahabu, a Ghanaian farmer in Zebilla District in the Upper East Region of Ghana has overcome the challenges.
The mother of five who is a widow has had to singlehandedly cater for her children following the demise of her husband.
Although her children have been neglected by her late husband's family, Alima Wahabu has braved the odds amid the difficulties and has become an epitome of resilience.
While some physically challenged persons live on the benevolence of others, the wheelchair-bound mother makes a living from farming maize and soya beans.
Wahabu has employed 15 people and pays them a monthly wage of GHc120 each.
Her story has been posted online.
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According to Morgah, the lady who claimed she was a personal assistant to a Member of Parliament noted the hard drive had all the data of the MP's constituency.
She also indicated that all the backups were ''disjointed'' after it dropped and the data was crucial for her boss to retain his seat in the 2020 parliamentary and presidential polls.
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