- A struggling mother of preterm twins has been discharged from the hospital after donors contributed to pay her medical bills
- The financially disadvantaged woman also received assorted items to start a mini provision shop at her village in the Eastern Region
- Social media influencer Nana Tea and a US-based Ghanaian woman visited the mother and her babies to present the items
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Angels are walking the face of the earth. A struggling mother of preterm twins can now heap a sigh of relief thanks to donors who came to her aid.
Mrs Poku, a US-based Ghanaian woman, has donated food and assorted items, including toiletries to the deprived mother.
The kind-spirited woman recently arrived in the country and continued with her charitable deeds.
Previous kind gestures
Mrs Poku has given money to a person living with cerebral palsy, widows, and towards the construction of a blind woman's house.
It's touching: Parents of triplets receive over GH¢1k, food, and other useful items; emotional photo pops up
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In an interview with YEN.com.gh, social media influencer Nana Tea, real name James Annor Tetteh, said they visited the mother and her babies at a village in the Eastern Region of Ghana to donate the items.
''She came to Ghana, and I took her to the village where the preterm twins are. She visited and gave them some baby items from the US,'' he said.
In addition to Mrs Poku's items, Nana Tea said he got extra provisions for the woman to start operating a mini shop in the village.
''I received money from several donors and used it to buy things for the lady to start a tabletop provisions shop in the village. I also settled all her hospital bills before they discharged her,'' he told YEN.com.gh.
Nana Tea shared heartwarming photos with YEN.com.gh. See the images below:
Poor Parents Of Newborn Triplets Receive Over GH¢1,000, Food, Other Useful Items
In a similar story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that financially disadvantaged parents of newborn triplets in a village in Suhum Municipal District in the Eastern Region of Ghana have received help from dozens of people.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, social media influencer, Nana Tea, born James Annor Tetteh, said one Madam Michy told him about the babies.
''[She] sent me some triplets around her neighborhood that needed some help. Fortunately, madam Paulina from South Africa came to my inbox and wanted to bless either a twin or triplets,'' he said.