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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

Pregnant woman decides to sell unborn son

A pregnant Ghanaian lady has uncovered her expectations to trade her unborn child for cash.

In a meeting with Crime Check Tv, the lady, recognized as Godsway, made sense that she has chosen to sell the child for 1.5 million Ghana cedis to meet the monetary requirements of the youngster and her current four kids, as she is a single parent. Godsway's heartless choice stems from her interests about her failure to help the child when birth.

In the wake of trusting in somebody about her dilemma, she was encouraged to visit Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, where specialists could recommend her to people keen on purchasing children. "Confronting monetary difficulty, I considered offering my unborn child to guarantee his prosperity. At Korle Bu, I experienced people who were ready to allude me to a specialist and give monetary help after labor. Encouraged to talk with a specialist about my circumstance, I declined the proposal of free conveyance and was coordinated to another division.

"In this division, a specialist proposed to pay me 1.5 billion Ghana cedis, yet I communicated disappointment, understanding that the standard installment for a kid is 4 or 5 billion, and for a young lady, it's 2.5 billion cedis. Notwithstanding the monetary strain and my underlying eagerness, my firstborn took steps to repudiate me on the off chance that I continued with such a choice.

"Being the sole guardian for my youngsters, this pregnancy has thwarted my capacity to fill in as in the past. The apprehension about being not able to accommodate my child and his four kin weighs vigorously on me, particularly taking into account my better half's careless job as a dad managing in PoP." Godsway said that she wouldn't be able to take care of the baby after birth, so she turned down a hospital doctor's offer of free delivery. She was then alluded to one more specialist who consented to acknowledge her proposition yet requested 1.5 billion Ghana cedis.

The frantic lady hesitantly consented to the sum, despite the fact that she wasn't fulfilled, uncovering that people buying children regularly don't pay under 5 billion Ghana cedis.


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