Faustina Morrison, a 51-year-old widow who has struggled to provide a good future for her children and grandkids owing to financial hardship, has received assistance from the Crime Check Foundation (CCF) to enable her children to enroll in school.
After the death of her husband in Takoradi in the Western Region, Madam Morrison said life hit her hard.
She described her ordeal as a struggle to care for her children and grandkids, who were left in her care with no help. She claimed that this prompted her to relocate to Accra.
The widow said she began selling food but still couldn’t satisfy her and her children’s requirements until she met a man who promised to help them.
Madam Morrison stated that she initially saw him as a savior, but she had no idea that he was ushering in a new era of struggle.
“The man built a house for me in Dansoman, but he mistreated me.” He abandoned me at the hospital when I became pregnant for him. Whenever I tried to leave him, he would return and beg me to forgive him for acting as if he had changed. “However, he continued to mistreat me,” she explained.
She claimed she became frustrated and left him after deciding to tackle the battles on her own. She claims that none of her four children are enrolled in school because she cannot afford the costs.
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