Abena Fatwowaa: Meet 109-year-old Ghanaian Woman lost her only Child and Currently has a poor Livelihood

Abena Fatwowaa: Meet 109-year-old Ghanaian Woman lost her only Child and Currently has a poor Livelihood

  • An elderly Ghanaian woman called Abena Fatwowaa has made many sad online as she narrates losing her only child and living in poverty
  • The 109-year-old woman says at her age, money is of no essence to her and she only wishes to have a comfortable place to sleep
  • The video sighted by YEN.com.gh shows how life-threatening Abena's current sleeping conditions are

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The story of an elderly Ghanaian lady has touched many hearts since it surfaced on social media.

The 109-year-old woman by the name, Abena Fatwowaa in an interview on a Youtube Channel called Bones Man Tv, narrated her sad story of how she lost her only child and currently lives in poverty-stricken condition.

According to the old lady, her nephew and sister are the ones taking care of her since the loss of her child.

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In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the sleeping place of this poor woman was shown to be in a poor state and seemed threatening to her life.

When asked what her greatest wish in life was, Fatwowaa mentioned having a comfortable sleeping place has always been her desire.

She added that, at her age, getting money will be of no help to her but a safe place to put her head is her greatest desire.

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Abena Fatwowaa: 109-year-old Ghanaian woman lost her only child and Currently has a poor livelihood
Abena Fatwowaa: 109-year-old Ghanaian woman lost her only child and Currently has a poor livelihood Source: BONES MAN TV
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Taking a tour of her room, a big hole was found below her door which she said results in insects entering her room.

There were holes in the ceiling of the room which she said is a major issue when it rains.

The mattress in her room is insect-infested and makes sleeping comfortably impossible, BONE MAN TV reported.

Concluding, Abena Afatwuwaa pleaded with Ghanaians to help change her living conditions.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a man swapped his seats with an old woman in an aeroplane to help her fulfil her lifelong desire.

The man, according to a lady named Leah Amy on Facebook, had booked first-class seats with his family.

The man identified as Jack was said to have found the 88-year-old woman named Violet in the economy class as he came onboard.

Leah said Violet who is a nurse that travels to the UK and America to carry out her work had always wanted to seat in the front and it came to reality thanks to Jack.

Source: Yen

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