My Mom Left 2 Months After I Was Born – Windshield Cleaner Tells How He Ended Up On The Streets

My Mom Left 2 Months After I Was Born – Windshield Cleaner Tells How He Ended Up On The Streets

Abubakar Sadiq is a windshield cleaner at Shiashie traffic light and he shares his story with SVTV Africa on Daily Hustle.

Sadiq explains that his biological mother left for Accra when he was just 2 months old, leaving him in the care of an aunt who maltreated him.

“She would let me do things an 11-year-old can’t do and beats me if I am unable to. Eventually, I moved out. I’ve been hustling on the streets for 12 years now,” Sadiq explained to DJ Nyaami.

Sadiq completed Winneba Senior High in 2014 but could not further his education. Most often, the young men on the street pray for support in one form or the other.

”We do not wish to be here forever. But we know God will make a way through this,” he said.

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