Talking to DJ Nyaami, she said that her mother had to go through maternity labour for two and a half years before she was conceived, instead of the normal nine months.
Adding that, as a result of her long pregnancy, her father could no longer be with her mother, leaving her home, moving to Accra.
As a child, life was very difficult for her and this compelled her to live with her grandparents.
Her passionate desire to see her father continued to develop, until her father’s whereabouts were eventually told. The same day she saw her father for the first time, 15 years after her birth.
The young lady, who told her story with tears all over, admitted that street life ended her to become a prostitute, which she’s been doing every now and then to survive.
Nonetheless, she hopes to settle down, marry and also set up a washing bay company; a dream she has always thought of.