Some women don't fear God as mother of one baby boy has been arrested in the Eastern Region of Ghana in one of Afram Plains popular market, Ekye Amanfrom market which used host a lot of people on Thursdays which has been trending on social media.
The post trending on social media stated that they have good news for Ghanaians which saids that this is an update about a woman who left her two months old child at Ekye-Amanfrom market last week, Tuesday and has been aprenheded by Ekye Police officers through vivid investigations and assistance by the indigens.
According to information, one Journalist Bright, has stated on his facebook wall that one could recall that, a woman has left a two-months-Old baby at Ekye Amanfrom market in the Afram Plains South District which she told a second hand clothes seller (Issaka) that, she was going to attend to a "nature call" but never returned since Morning till Friday, 2nd April 2021 as she has been finally arrested by the security officers.
Note: Woman taking care of the baby.
However, it has been noted that the good looking baby is currently under the care of a porridge (koko) Seller madam Esther Tsikata popularly known as Omor at Ekye Amanfrom, also a nursing mother with one year old boy.
The woman taking care of the baby told Afram fm and Gadeka tv Mpu-ne-Mpu host Torgbui Gadeka, that the police inspector on duty gave her some money to buy some items to keep the baby clean and be feeding her.
Currently it has been reported that the Lady is in the police custody waiting to be sent to Kwahu Tease police station for further investigation to know why she did such a terrible thing police inspector on duty details to the media.
See previous pictures on last Tuesday below (the baby with the porridge seller).
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