- Abena Panin, a 42-year-old single mother gave birth to 12 children because she wanted a baby girl
- According to her, life has become unbearable after the 2 fathers of the children both left her with all the kids
- The poor mother could not hold back her tears on camera when she was given money to help cater to her needs
A single mother of 12 by the name Abena Panin, has revealed that she gave birth to that many children because she wanted to have a baby girl.
Speaking to Crimecheckfoundation, the 42-year-old mother indicated that life has become so hard, feeding the children is a big problem as she cares for them alone.
Heartbreakingly, she disclosed that eight of her boys have not even been circumcised because of lack of money.
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Abena mentions that although she is a great trader, she is unable to get loans from the government because of her many children and has gotten to the point where she sometimes thinks of giving up.
Panin said she and her first husband separated after having four children and when she moved on, she met another man with whom she had four sets of twins because she badly wanted a baby girl.
In her own words,
“I continued to give birth because I wanted to have a daughter. When I came back from the hospital after delivery, he had fled so his father catered for me and the children. Life became a struggle so we depended on alms."
The 42-year-old lady could not hold back her tears when Crime Check Foundation's founder, Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng handed her some money.
Meanwhile, a lady identified on Twitter as Mama with the handle @CuntessLady, has occupied the top trends on the social media platform for suggesting that men must contribute GHC 15 each day to 'spoil' their girlfriends on their birthday.
This post caused a massive stir online as many men and women alike shared their opinions over the issue.
Briefly.co.za has gathered some of the most hilarious and interesting reactions that have been stirred by the topic which is now trending on Twitter.
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