Ghanaian undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas has shared fond memories of his late grandmother who he grew up with in Nima, a suburb of Accra and the impact she played in his present state.
In a post on his Facebook page sighted by Airnewsonline.com, he described Mma Alima Dagomba as one who catered for him while he lived in Nima and single-handedly funded his Islamic education
Read the full post below;
Exactly three years ago today, my Grandma Mma Alima Dagomba who took care of me at Nima died. She single-handedly funded my Islamic education at Nima with her meager market sales and taught me how to “say it as it is” without fear or favour.
When a Canadian team of filmmakers came to Ghana to do a film about me, (Chameleon) they asked that apart from my parents, who else has inspired me? I took them straight to Nima to meet my Grandma and to see Nima, where I grew up.
I also introduced all the market women who helped shape my life. As I watch this video, I can only miss her. May Allah forgive Grandma and grant her jannatul firdaws. Ameen.