- Ewonam is a mother of fraternal twins at Penyi-Akpatoeme in Ketu North Municipality in the Volta Region of Ghana
- Her husband passed four months into her pregnancy, but she successfully delivered the babies despite the trauma
- Ewonam, however, suffered from a mental sickness owing to the trauma of losing her significant other
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Four months into her pregnancy, Ewonam's joy was short-lived after the sudden demise of her husband at Penyi-Akpatoeme in Ketu North Municipality in the Volta Region of Ghana.
Despite the trauma, she successfully delivered her twins, but the shock of losing her husband and father to her babies left her mentally unstable.
The new mother of twins suffered mental sickness, bringing her joy and life to a complete halt.
Ewonam was removed from the newborn babies due to her declining health to receive medical care from some mental health officials.
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Her heart-wrenching plight caught the attention of blogger Kobby Kyei, born Augustus Koranteng Kyei, and Mariam Alhassan.
In a YouTube video spotted by YEN.com.gh, Kobby Kyei through GothereWithKobbyKyei, and Mariam Alhassan, visited the twins at Penyi-Akpatoeme in Ketu North Municipality in the Volta Region.
The team donated assorted items, including washing soaps, diapers, wipes, and other health resources to the twins.
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Ghanaian Celebrities Who Made Generous Donations
YEN.com.gh previously reported that some Ghanaian celebrities raised funds or donated towards good causes to support everything from the deprived, unemployed people to the sick in 2021.
Through their foundation, they did their bit to help those in need by paying school fees, hospital bills, and feeding the poor on the street.
Media personalities like Serwaa Amihere, and movie stars such as Jackie Appiah and Tracey Boakye, donated sizable sums of cash and goodies while encouraging their followers to give to those in need.
Ghanaian Teacher Provides Free Uniforms to Students
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian teacher at the Mankessim M/A ‘A’ Basic School, Fredrick Mensah, has provided some pupils at his school with new uniforms through the help of a donor.
The primary one teacher, who doubles up as a subject teacher in Fante for primary four and five, revealed that the donor was inspired by his relationship with his students.
He mentioned that the donor, who is based outside the country, originally gave cash towards snacks for the pupils but convinced her to approve channeling the cash donation towards new uniforms.
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