- Mavis Agyemang is a Ghanaian mother who lives in an uncompleted building with her husband and two daughters
- The shabby uncompleted building gets flooded and leaks when it rains
- Mavis and her husband, who are both jobless, are facing eviction from their current place of abode
A struggling Ghanaian woman, Mavis Agyemang, living in an uncompleted building with her two daughters and husband, are being evicted by the landlord.
Mavis and her family are in dire straits because she had to put her work as a cleaner on hold due to the prevailing pandemic.
Speaking with Empress Nana Adwoa Dee in a recent interview, she disclosed that she moved from the village to stay with her husband in Accra after he secured a job as a construction worker, but he lost his job due to ill health.
Moving to Accra
''We lived in the village with my husband. He got a job as a construction worker and moved to Accra. He asked me to join him; things were moving on well when I came,'' she recalled.
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Her husband had secured his licenced to work, and she supported him with earnings from her cleaning job.
However, her husband became sick, and they had to use their limited resources on improving his health.
Mavis recalled the family had to move from their rented house in Accra to live in the uncompleted building because they could no longer afford to live there.
''He fell sick, and his condition deteriorated, hence we had to use all the money we had on his health. So, we couldn't rent again, and a Good Samaritan offered us this place to live,'' she said.
But their current abode gets flooded anytime it rains, which compels them to stand till it stops.
Appeal for help
Mavis and her family are facing eviction from the uncompleted building that leaks as well. ''The landlord has given us a week to move from here,'' she said.
The struggling woman has appealed for assistance from the public to rent a place, secure a job, and buy a refrigerator to start a business.
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