SVTV Africa has put smiles on the face of Abena Tiwaa, a young lady who sells chewing gum in traffic.
In her previous interview with DJ Nyaami, she revealed that some men approach her under the guise of supporting her but come with an ulterior motive. Others also blatantly offer cash for sex.
Abena mentioned that she turns down such offers because she believes in working for her money. Moreover, Abena told DJ Nyaami that she needed about GHS1000 to start a business.
A few days after the interview, patrons of SVTV Africa supported the young lady with GHS3000 and Abena expressed gratitude to the Foundation team and viewers for their support.
“Thank you, and thank everyone who supported me. All I pray about is for someone to help me. God bless everyone who supported me with this money. I haven’t seen such an amount before,” Abena said.
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