Amidst sobs, a heavily pregnant, Ama Anima a former convict at the Kumasi Female Prison can now afford to smile after she was not only released from prison through the work of the Crime Check Foundation (CCF), but she has also been given a means of living, a shop, an apartment and full scholarship for all her three children.
TheNewsGh.com earlier reported about her predicament when it caught our attention. She is since happily set up by the foundation.
Her sad story came to light when well-renown Crime NGO, Crime Check Foundation led by Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng discovered her plight after she was sentenced to five years in prison because she couldn’t pay a court fine. She was accused of biting a family member during a fight and brought to court.
After her release from prison, and asked Ama what she wanted to do for a living. She said with 500 cedis, she could do a lot. But Crime Check Foundation had other plans for her. Through the donations the Foundation received from some good Samaritans, they rented a flat in advance of four years in Accra for Ama and her two children and moved them in with scholarship for the children. She also got GHC7000 deposited in her account.
TheNewsGh.com followed up on her progress and can report that everything is well with her and her children as she is due to give birth to a set of twins soon. She sang Patience Nyarko and Brother Sammy’s hit Gospel song ‘Obi Nya ne me’ with tears.