Ghanaian Granny of Twins with Dead Mom Gets Fully-Stocked Provision Shop, over GH¢30K (Video)

Ghanaian Granny of Twins with Dead Mom Gets Fully-Stocked Provision Shop, over GH¢30K (Video)

  • A grandmother of twins whose mother died two weeks after giving birth to the babies has been provided with a fully-stocked provision shop
  • The struggling woman named Madam Hawa also received a shop freezer and GH¢30,000 to help her cater to the adorable babies
  • She received assistance from donors after philanthropist activist Etwereso Hemaa Official highlighted her plight on social media

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After appealing for help to cater to a set of twins whose mother died after giving birth, a grandmother has been provided with a fully-stocked provision shop and over GH¢30,000.

The birth mother of the twins died two weeks after delivering the adorable babies in the Central Region of Ghana.

The heart-wrenching story of the kids and their struggling grandmother, Madam Hawa, got the attention of Etwereso Hemaa Official, a philanthropist, born Freda Oppong.

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Grandmom of twins get provision shop
Photos of Etwereso Hemaa and the grandmom of the twins. Source: Etwereso Hemaa Official
Source: Facebook

Raising funds for the babies and their granny

Through her social media platforms, Etwereso Hemaa raised funds to purchase a new container with full assortments of relevant goods for Madam Hawa.

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''She had a fully stocked provision shop, baby items, and GH¢30,000,'' she told

Etwereso Hemaa shared the video from the presentation of the shop and whopping cash to Sister Hawa on social media, which gained reactions from netizens. compiled some of the comments below:

Social media comments

Macmary Ak Johnson said:

''This is what we Christians should do. This is how Christ wants us to demonstrate our love. God bless you .. may your generation never cease to see good things and all donors.''

Juliana Dotse commented:

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''Awwww in fact. I'm so happy. God bless you Ohemaa foundation and those you supported and those who prayed for them. May God protect the children and their grandma.''

Agnes Collins said:

''Herrrr Ohemaa. God bless you so much. This is what we call Christianity. You shall never lack in Life. Your good works will speak for u always. Amen.''

George Owusu commented:

''God bless you for the wonderful job you are doing. Ghanaians should celebrate people like you, not those who are ranting on social media for nothing.''

Kwame Peter Mensah said:

''I think you are the one to occupy the Ghana Gender ministry, God bless you paaa.''

Obaapa Dede commented:

''God bless you for the good work you are doing, may the Lord great fulfill your heart desires in Jesus mighty name.''

Portia Watson commented:

''At long last, my heart is at peace. Even though l couldn't contribute financially, my prayers have worked. God bless you so much Etwereso Hemaa.''

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

In a similar story published by, a financially disadvantaged Ghanaian mother of two sets of twins, only named Diana, experienced 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.

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, 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.

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In an interview with, 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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