In Ghana, the rate of teenage mothers is out of control, contributing to the country’s high poverty rate.
When a girl child is growing up, this usually begins at home.
You wouldn’t expect anything less from a family where the mother and father are no longer living together as husband and wife.
This group of girls lacks home education and parental care.
Most men who get them pregnant have no plans for the future because they believe the only thing they can do for themselves is have a child because they know the child is theirs whether they marry the mother or not.
I question the type of tradition that has been followed here.
Diana already has twins and has struggled to care for them, only to become pregnant again and give birth to twins.
She received assistance from a good man, David Deuces, who donated some items to her.
Source: Modern Ghana