Pregnant prisoner Ama Anima jailed 5 years over $245 fine gives birth to twins

Pregnant prisoner Ama Anima jailed 5 years over $245 fine gives birth to twins

Ama Anima, a heavily pregnant prisoner who was released from the Kumasi Female Prison in July this year through the intervention of the Crime Check F

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Ama Anima, a heavily pregnant prisoner who was released from the Kumasi Female Prison in July this year through the intervention of the Crime Check Foundation after being jailed 5 years following her inability to pay a GH¢1200 ($245) court fine has delivered a set of male twins

According to Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng who runs Crime Check TV and Foundation but for the intervention, the twins who are innocent would also have been spending time in jail.

He said in a Facebook post MyNewsGh.com sighted “Two bouncing baby boys from Ama Anima arrive. Prison should not be the portion of innocent babies who have done no wrong. Unfortunately, some judges at the Lower Courts violate the law by throwing pregnant women into prison.

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We thank God for using us to rescue these beautiful kids from the prospects of a prison sentence We pray they grow to declare the glory of God”

Anima was not only released from prison but has been given a means of living through the meritorious efforts of the Crime Check Foundation.

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