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The vice president of Ghana, Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia, has sheltered 82 year old Daari Pogo, a cured leper who was abandoned by her family in a wretched mud house in the Upper West region.

The house

Few months ago, Joy News Documentary featured old Pogo and highlighted the woman’s plight.

Inspired by the story, Dr Bawumia raised a two bed room self-contained house for Daari Pogo and her only granddaughter who was left under her care.

Vice president Bawumia and old Daari Pogo with granddaughter

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Today, on my Upper West regional tour, I visited 82-year-old madam Daari Pogo, a cured leper who had been abandoned by her family at Gurungu motori in the Wa West district.

A few months ago, I was inspired by a Joy News documentary which depicted the sorry plight of Daari Pogo, who was forced to live in a dilapidated 5 meters by 6-meter mud hut with her granddaughter Adjara after her abandonment. As a result, I built for her a two-bedroom self-contained house.

As the Patron of the Lepers Aid Society, today is a happy day in my life and I thank God for what he has done for Madam Pogo.

We must continue to be each other’s keeper.

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