Currently, Facebook and other social media platforms are buzzing and can even be said to have been overcrowded and choked. Almost everyone is on social media trying to find out if the 9 months pregnant woman that got lost on the 27th of September 2021 is actually found.
It is everywhere that the lost pregnant woman, Josephine Panyin Mensah has been found in Axim, a very popular town in the Nzema lands. News circulating everywhere says that the woman has been taking to the Axim Government hospital for check ups.
But social media users especially Facebook users who have been talking about the current incident have also given their side of the story based on what they heard from Angel FM.
A notable person among these netizens on "Tell It All" platform posted and revealed that, according to Angel FM, the missing 9 months pregnant woman was found in Axim. And she is alive because she is pregnant with twins and she is also a twin. So due to that those who kidnapped her could not use her for rituals.
Below is actually what the Facebook user posted.
Stay tuned for more updates on this same story making headlines in the country.
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