Vida Nsor, the single mother who sells pure water on the streets of tema, yesterday, on SVTV Africa, has said, herself and her child, feeds on 4 cedis each day.
Sharing her story, she said, she has 4 kids with the same father whom after their last born, left them in Bolgatanga and ever since has never seen his whereabouts.
Being a single mother, she had to follow friends to Accra, exactly three days prior to the partial lockdown, for hustling purpose.
She now sells pure water on the streets of tema, making an average income of 8 cedis on a good market day.
According to her, together with the child, she spends 4 cedis on food, one cedi on pampers, buy water one cedi, for bathing purpose and save the remaining 2 cedis.
This means anything below 8 cedis a day, will prevent her from saving or fail to do any of the aforementioned.
Vida believes her one year old child, contributes to why she was denied many job opportunities unlike her friends.
Adding that, her other three kids are with her mother in the upper east region; revealing, she finds the need to go back home, but money for transportation has become a problem.
With strong belief, the mother of 4 is certain, with cash amount of 300 cedis, she can start pastry business or cook something to sell.
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