Three female ‘trotro mates’ receive GHS3000 for their hard work from SVTV Africa Foundation


Three female bus conductors at the Madina Lorry Station have received GHS3000 in total from patrons of the SVTV Africa Foundation. 

After their interviews on SVTV Africa with DJ Nyaami, some Ghanaian viewers living abroad decided to support and encourage them for disregarding negative comments while working in a male-dominated field and for their hard work. 

During the previous interview, Yaa Dufie revealed that she works as a ‘mate’ to cater to seven children, one of which is a student at the University of Cape Coast. Yaa lost her husband a few months after they migrated to Accra. Patrons cumulatively donated GHS2000 to support her children’s education. 

“May God Bless them. Wherever this money came from, I hope God gives it back in double folds. God bless you too for interviewing me and putting it out there. Thank you,” she said. 

Philomina Yeboah also received GHS500 from patrons of the foundation. Philomina has been in the business for five years. She wishes to become a driver soon. 

“For thinking about us, may God bless them. People do not respect us for the job we do, but we try to keep up. I thank them so much for thinking about me,” she said amid tears.

Finally, Rita Amoabea also got GHS500 for her hardworking and dedication. She also shared some words of gratitude to the viewers of SVTV Africa for their support. 

Kindly watch the full interview below;

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