Mma Abiba, a native of Cape Coast in Ghana, has become the owner of a fully-stocked provision shop with two refrigerators to lessen her plight, thanks to kind donors.
The mother of five children including two sets of twins also had her two years’ rent advance paid to house herself and her kids.
Abiba, aged 35, was spotted with her twins strapped to her back while carrying and selling water at Makola in Accra to make ends meet.
She had relocated to Ghana’s capital for a better life but things did not go the way she expected.
According to a post seen on the Facebook page of the Ghanaian journalist, Mabel Aku Baneseh, the man with whom she had six children (two sets of twins, one deceased) would not marry her because his family accused her of witchcraft.
The man was living in Spintex in Accra and hardly contributed to his family’s upkeep.
The award-winning journalist and other colleagues highlighted Abiba’s story to help raise funds for her to, and among other things, establish a business for her.
In an update following the first post in January, Abiba can now boast of her own provision shop with two refrigerators.
Additionally, two years of advance rent have been paid, all the five children are back in school with all fees paid, and other expenses such as books, and feeding have been also catered for.
Abiba’s house was also given a facelift, painting, and mosquito nets fixed at the doors and windows. Read the full post below:
According to reports, that a kind Nigerian woman had opened a shop for a mum of three.
The benefactor Lynda revealed that the woman was a mother of five kids who was battling life challenges.
Along the line, two of her kids died. The petty business the woman was running was taken away from her by thugs.
To lessen her burden, the kind lady opened a makeshift shop for her.