- A Ghanaian mother identified as Janel Kyiriwaa with 19 kids and seven grandchildren has begged for public support
- According to the woman, she needs help to provide food, clothing, abode and other things for her children
- Janet lives in Adabokrom and is currently into cocoa business which she says does not yield enough for the family
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Janet Kyiriwaa, a Ghanaian mother with 19 children and seven grandchildren has begged for public support to help take care of them.
In a video sighted by Legit.ng on the official Instagram handle of AdomTV, the numerous children were shown together with the house they all lived in.
The woman begged her fellow Ghanaians to help provide food, clothing, abode and others for her family, as they have nobody.
Watch the video below:
Janet's fourth child, who said he is the only one in senior high school, spoke on behalf of his siblings, indicating the hardships their family has been going through.
According to him, when he goes to school, it is difficult for his mother to send him any money for his upkeep including the purchase of books for his elective subjects.
The mother of the 19 children said she is into cocoa business but that is highly insufficient to fend for all her children including getting food.
No information was given on the father(s) of the children.
In other news, a Somali woman has given birth to quintuplets at the Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Hospital.
The unidentified woman gave birth on Monday, August 3. The disclosure was made on Twitter by the hospital, which noted that it is one of the rarest births in the world.
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The mother and her babies are healthy and now monitored by doctors at the hospital.
The Turkish-run hospital in Mogadishu expressed gratitude to its health workers who made it possible for the woman to deliver safely.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 64-year-old Ugandan woman identified as Safinah Namukwaya had given birth after 24 years of marriage.
The woman, who got married to her husband Badru Walusimbi in 1996, live in Nunda Village in Lwabenge Sub County, Kalungu District.
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