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Work Obligations: Ctv Vancouver and Son Ayo

work obligations: The Abbotsford, B.C. couple spent weeks finalizing their son's citizenship documents and then travelled to Accra, Ghana in September to drop off the necessary paperwork at the Canadian immigration office there, according to CTV. Since then, Clark has returned home to Canada for work obligations while Kimberlee and Ayo wait in Ghana for the final phase of the citizenship process to be completed. Visit CTV Vancouver for more details on this story In early August, Kimberlee and Clark Moran travelled to Ibadan, Nigeria to adopt their two-year-old son Ayo. My wife is at the lowest point she's ever been at in her life, Clark tearfully told CTV Vancouver on Thursday. I lost normal feeling in both of my feet and both of my hands. Kimberlee has multiple sclerosis MS and her condition has worsened while she has been living in Ghana without access to her regular follow-up appointments for a treatment she received for the disease last year. ( As reported in the news.