Ghanaians have seen a horrifying episode after a mother lost her kids in a fire-related accident flare-up in East Legon, Accra.
The mother of two young men had no control over herself as she was lost in her miserable daze, crying over the destruction of her kids.
The young men, Nana Amo, who is eight, and Nana Boadi, five, met their unexpected demise when their room was destroyed by fire.
The occurrence happened at East Legon, close to the school intersection, and their mom has been a wreck since the news broke.
The remaining parts of the room that got blazed have now been caught on film.
Netizens have communicated profound feelings, and it has been very challenging for all to watch the harm.
A Ghanaian American performer has now acted as the hero, as indicated by reports.
The artist has purportedly proposed to give a measure of cash to the lamenting mother.
Many individuals have rushed to his web-based entertainment page to offer their thanks for the lady's unselfish deed of adoration.
The scorched remains of the boys’ will be pulled from the ashes in a few weeks, and they will then be laid to rest.click here to check out the video!
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