- Abenaa, a Ghanaian single mother living in a mud house with her three-week-old baby, has been relocated to a rented house
- Before the kind gesture, the beleaguered mother lived in the muddy thatch with a leaking roof, where she delivered her three-week-old baby
- In touching visuals, Abenaa was presented with food items and subsequently moved to the rented house, where she was given money
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A single Ghanaian mother only identified as Abenaa, who lives in a mud house with her three-week-old baby, has been relocated to a rented house.
The beleaguered woman was discovered by Etwereso Hemaa Official, a Ghanaian philanthropist and social commentator, who highlighted her heart-wrenching plight on social media.
In an emotional video, Etwereso Hemaa Official gave a tour of the new mother's dilapidated mud house without proper roofing.
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Abenaa revealed that she delivered her baby in the mud house because she could not afford to go to a hospital, adding that she has since been struggling to fend for the child.
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Life smiles on her
After days of living in the dark, life smiled on the new mother, who has been relocated to a rented house, given a business starting capital and land to build a house.
She was brimming with excitement when through donors, Etwereso Hemaa Official presented food items to her at the muddy thatch and subsequently gave her money at her new place.
The heartwarming video has touched netizens as many expressed emotions. YEN.com.gh compiled some of their reactions below:
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Social media reactions
Cecilia Wilson said:
''What are the other people doing our politicians and our Slay queens. Madam, you will never lack. God bless.''
Vida Asamoah commented:
''Etwreso Hemaa God bless you. You're doing a wonderful work I'm so proud of you.''
Nana Adoma said:
''You deserve to be recognized and awarded for the good work you are doing I pray it happens one day and may God continue to bless you and your family.''
Kojo Tano commented:
''This Etwresohemaa lady really deserves a national award. You're really an angel madam.
''May the positive forces of this universe and beyond favour you and your generations yet unborn.''
Cecilia Akuerter said:
''Sister, God bless what you are doing and give you more blessings because you are always helping others through lobbying u will never lack anything good.''
Augustina Yeboah commented:
''God bless you dear sister for your good works may He protect you and strengthen you.''
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YEN.com.gh previously reported that after years of living in a dilapidated mudhouse under deplorable conditions, 65-year-old blind Wofa Yaw from Pekyi-Tweapeasi in the Ashanti Region has been given a new house.
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Before the gesture, he lived in a muddy thatch in extreme poverty under heart-wrenching conditions, going without food for days sometimes.
The fate of the aged man with visual impairment received a glimpse of hope after his plight came to the attention of the Bernard Nketiah Ministries. Then, the journey to provide him with a dignifying accommodation began.
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