A mother of three from Ghana has narrated how she has coped for the past 43 years walking on her knees.
The 45-year-old woman identified as Maame Serwaa revealed that she walks on her knees because she suffered from polio, a medical condition at age two.
When Maame Serwaa was struck by the disease at the young age, it is reported that the doctors gave her 30 injections that ended up weakening her limbs to the point that she could never walk on them.
In a short documentary obtained by Legit.ng on the YouTube channel of Bones Man TV, it is indicated that despite her predicament, the 45-year-old has three children she takes care of all by herself.
From what is gathered in an interview with the mother of three, she lives at Busunya, a small village in Nkoranza in the Bono East Region of Ghana.
With little financial support coming towards Maame Serwaa and her family, she lives from hand to mouth on the daily wages gathered from the sale of charcoal in the village.
This job itself is a difficult chore for the 45-year-old mother as she has to walk on her knees on gravels in order to commute to and from the selling point.
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