In a sorrowful letter cited and shared by CitiFm, the parents of the child callously murdered by the caregiver of Happy Bloomers Creche at Agboba at North Legon are pleading with the public to desist from further sharing of the footage capturing what now appears to have been the last moment of their daughter's life.
According to them, the continuous sharing of the footage only reminds them of the loss of their "adorable and bubbly 11 months old baby who was anxiously waiting to celebrate her 1st birthday"
From all indication Clara Ayani-Ampah has taken something precious from this family that no amount of punishment or public engagement on the matter can resolve. They are obviously going to grief for a long while thus if this request of theirs will enable them to heal faster, then let's all and sundry respect it and share the footage no more.
May God continue to comfort them as the law takes it own course too.
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