- A sad Ghanaian lady has opened up about how her husband abandoned her and their triplets, leaving them to uncertainties
- In an interview, she recalled that she attempted to abandon her kids after giving birth to them due to the hardship she finds herself in
- The woman lost one of the triplets through illness and the remaining two are currently 10 months old
A 40-year-old Ghanaian woman by the name, Abena Yeboah, has granted an interview with BONES MAN TV where she revealed that the man she was married to left after finding out she was expecting triplets.
Recounting, Abena said the father of the triplet was the second man she married after the death of her first husband.
She got pregnant for him, went to the hospital for a scan, and found out she was expecting three children.
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He ran away after finding out
Just after informing her husband, he was nowhere to be found the next day.
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Abena said she had to go through her pregnancy alone and when it was her due date to deliver, she contemplated abandoning the babies.
The single mother revealed she lost one of the triplets to an ailment due to financial difficulties.
Madam Yeboah currently sells pepper to fend for her family but she is unable to put her children through school because she cannot afford it.
The babies are still unnamed
The babies are 10 months old and they are without names because their father is not available to name them, Abena stated.
The sad woman is therefore pleading with the general public to help her out in any shape or form.
This mother says she is willing to take up a good job to enable her properly care for her children.
A happy family welcome their kids
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Bridget Avwevuruo Omolori, took to Facebook on Thursday, August 13, to celebrate the birthing of her twins.
The lady said that before she could conceive, she went through a lot of embarrassment from people. Omolori thanked her husband, Thomas, who stood by her during her trying time.
The woman said that though her man might not be the perfect husband, he fought for her when it was necessary.