Tears as Woman Dies After Giving Birth to Twin Girls; Grandmom Cries as She Begs for Help in Video

Tears as Woman Dies After Giving Birth to Twin Girls; Grandmom Cries as She Begs for Help in Video

  • A struggling grandmother has appealed for help in the form of baby food items, clothing, and money for her late daughter's newborn twins
  • The aged woman is burdened with the responsibility of providing for the twin girls after their mother died not long after giving birth
  • Many people who commented on their emotional footage online expressed their condolences while offering to help the woman and the babies

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A struggling grandmother has been left with an adorable set of twin girls after her late daughter passed not long after delivering the babies.

The woman, a peasant farmer who ekes a living from selling cassava in a village in the Central Region, disclosed that her daughter died two weeks after giving birth to the twins.

The Ghanaian social activist and philanthropist Freda Oppong, popularly known as Etwereso Hemaa Official, has appealed to her kind-hearted followers and the public to donate food items, clothing, and money to help cater to the babies.

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Grandmother weeps in video
Photo of the grandmother of the twin girls and Etwereso Hemaa Official. Source: Etwereso Hemaa Official
Source: Facebook

Appeal for support

''Their other died exactly two weeks after giving birth. She will be buried on Friday, June 17,'' Etwereso Hemaa Official told YEN.com.gh in an interview.

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''They urgently need soaps, diapers, and baby food items to lessen their struggle.We're appealling to people to donate whatever they have to help these babies.''

Narrating their plight in a video, the twins' grandmother broke down in tears as she begged for support.

The emotional moments in the video have evoked reactions on social media.

Please donate to the babies via MoMo numbers 0240400208 (Freda Oppong) or 0597393328 (Etwereso).

Social media comments

YEN.com.gh compiled some of the comments below:

Audrey Erica Asare said:

''God bless you abundantly, sis. I can't control my tear. This is very sad. I will call you.''

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Maa Abena commented:

''Hmm. I can't stop crying oh God hmmm it is well sometimes I don't understand his world how.''

Sarah Afrakoma Agyei said:

''Awwww, can't control myself.''

Shika Cleans commented:

''God bless you for the good work you are doing.''

Paulina Amankwasakyi said:

''I can t just hold my tears I have sent u something.''

Myzz Minat commented:

''The baby's cry got me crying uncontrollably.''

Nana Ama Toabea said:

''Losing a mom is a very sad thing.''

Catherine Olaga commented:

''Awwwww, this is soo sad am in tears kraa.''

Ghanaian Mom of 2 Sets of Twins Abandoned by Her Kids' Fathers Receives Help

YEN.com.gh previously reported that a financially disadvantaged Ghanaian mother of two sets of twins, only named Diana, can now experience some form of comfort thanks to a Good Samaritan.

The 17-year-old mother received items that include a refrigerator, fan, gas cooker, and assorted food items from David Boahen Deuces, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the popular Facebook group Inna Real Life.

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Diana, who has been abandoned by the babies' fathers, lives in abject poverty with the kids in a single room at Mankessim in the Central Region of Ghana.

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.

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