Meet the Woman Providing Poor Students with Bags Made from Discarded Plastic

Meet the Woman Providing Poor Students with Bags Made from Discarded Plastic

  • Abena Yeboah is the founder of Eduhub Ghana
  • Eduhub Ghana seeks to provide conducive study environments for students in deprived schools
  • Through her organisation, she provides underprivileged students with school bags produced from discarded pure water sachets

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A young Ghanaian woman, Abena Yeboah, has dedicated her life to providing bags produced with discarded pure water sachets to deprived students.

Through her organisation, Eduhub Ghana, she provides underprivileged students with bags to help them pursue education.

Yeboah's kindhearted deed and involvement with the students has been highlighted on social media.

Abena Yeboah: Meet the Ghanaian lady providing poor students with bags made with pure water sachets
Abena Yeboah: Meet the Ghanaian lady providing poor students with bags made with pure water sachets. Image: crabbimedia
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In an Instagram post, she posed alongside some of the kids showing off their bags produced from used plastic water bags.

The founder and leader of Eduhub Ghana seeks to provide a good study environment for students in deplorable schools through her organisation.

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1st separated Siamese twins in Ghana message Nana Aba

Earlier, Briefly News reported Ghana's first separated Siamese twins have sent a heartwarming message to the media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah, following the Bansah babies' development.

The general manager of GHOne TV/Starr FM joined a fundraising campaign to raise funds for the conjoined Bansah twins, who needed millions to undergo urgent surgery.

One of Ghana's first separated conjoined twins, Lydia Awui Eugenia, sent a heartwarming message to Nana Aba Anamoah, whose tremendous gesture helped to fetch over R1 million towards the surgery for the Bansah twins.

"Good evening Aunty Nana Aba, I am Lydia Awui Eugenia, together with my twin sister Linda, we are the first surviving operated conjoined twins in Ghana. I have been an ardent follower [of you] on TV and social media. Just recently, I saw your post about the handsome conjoined twins who need help,'' her post read.

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Awui Eugenia continued:

''After seeing them, I cried my heart reminiscing what I'm told we went through. I became happy at the same time sad seeing them enduring what we endured some time ago. But glory is to God that today my sister and I have grown up to be beautifully and wonderfully wonderful to the glory of God.''

Nana Aba Anamoah shared the message from the twins on her social media page, which has gathered sweet reactions.

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