Crippled woman men wanted to bed before helping gets free N1.7m

Crippled woman men wanted to bed before helping gets free N1.7m

- A physically challenged widow in Ghana has been assisted with over GHC 25,430 (N1,721,822.91) to help her career

- The gesture was undertaken by the Crime Check Foundation after the woman indicated that men offer to only help her on the condition of sleeping with them

- The mother indicates that the amount would help her establish herself in music and fend for her household

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Rose Atitedese, a physically challenged Ghanaian woman who men wanted to take advantage of and who has also been unable to fend for her household has been helped greatly.

The benevolent gesture was undertaken by the Crime Check Foundation that has become a force to reckon with when it comes to charity in Ghana.

Led by Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the team gave out exactly GHC 25,430 (N1,721,822.91) to help the woman launch her career and fend for herself and the children decently.

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According to Rose Atitedese, her predicament in life became grim after her husband passed away and she had no one to help her well enough.

Because of her admirable beauty regardless of her condition, many men have been asking to sleep with her before giving her any assistance but thankfully, that has come to an end.

Rose Atitedese is also a very talented singer and she indicates that the amount given to her would enable her to build a music career and support her children.

Many people have been airing their views on Rose's touching story and the intervention by the Crime Check Foundation.

Martin Yeboah asked God to bless the foundation and its donors:

Lyne Quame Marcel tagged the Crime Check Foundation as the best in Ghana:

Gifty Fleischer was excited about Rose's music career, noting that she has a great voice:

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In other news, a Nigerian mum and her daughter in the United States have been rewarded with $10,000 (N3,909,800) each for saving the lives of COVID-patients in New York.

An American TV host, Jimmy Kimmel, called the duo during Jimmy Kimmel Live and expressed gratitude to Uchenna Onyia and her daughter Ona for taking care of COVID-19 patients in New York.

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