- A visually impaired Ghanaian woman has narrated a chilling story of how her own sisters reportedly made her blind
- According to Portia who lives in a small village in the Central Region, her sisters bewitched her because a rich man had promised to marry her
- Currently, Portia lives alone whilst her sisters live happily with their husbands, according to her
Portia Ama, a Ghanaian woman who lives in a small village in the Central Region, has alleged that she was bewitched by her sisters to become blind.
In an interview with SV TV Africa, Portia who appears to be middle-aged indicated that when she was a young girl, a rich man met her and promised to marry her when she gets older.
However, according to the visually impaired woman, this made her sisters envious and they decided to make her blind in order to ruin her chances.
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In her words:
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"I was staying with my elder sister and about 13 at the time. When the man promised to marry me, my sister started chanting my name anywhere she went. She was an idol worshipper. The next thing I knew, I became visually impaired. We went to pastors but no-one could heal me."
Sadly, the woman has indicated that she now lives alone and struggles to survive whilst her sisters are married and live with their husbands.
Social media reactions
Below were some comments from many who watched the video.
Leonard Grant said:
"If this woman was to be rich all her children and family members would be parading back and fourth to her home to serve her. A Country full of evil selfish people from the president, Pastors to the local farmers."
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IBRAHIM SHAIB mentioned:
"D.J nyame may Allah bless you and your svtv group for for your good did am even crying something I want to support but me to sorry to say am not up to. Hmmm Allah helps us oooh."
"Envyness and jealousy at the highest level."
Visually-Impaired female student makes Garri to take care of herself
In other news, Jennifer, a visually impaired young lady who appears to be in her early 20s has disclosed she is able to take care of herself in school by working.
In a video that was shared by Daniel, a gentleman who revealed on Twitter he is a cousin to the lady, Jennifer was seen processing garri, otherwise known as cassava flakes.
The young lady indicated that processing garri entails a lot of activities to make sure it is done to perfection, but she is able to take care of it despite her disability.