A woman called Faustina from Sunyani shares what her best friend did to her after she gave her a child. According to the woman, she was staying with her friend named Maadwoa at Sunyani. Years later her friend travelled to Accra whilst she was a trader at the market. One day whilst she was selling at the market, her friend came to visit her at her workplace with a baby boy, her friend told her that she found the baby boy at the roadside in Accra when she closed from work.
The woman said her friend revealed to her that the child was not feeling well, but she can't stay with the baby due to the work she does in Accra. Maadwoa again told her that, she sent the baby to the police station and they told her to send him to the Children's Home but she told the police officers that she wants to stay with the child, the police officers then gave her a letter indicating that the is in her custody. Faustina said her friend then pleaded with her to stay with the baby whilst she will go back to Accra and worked to help her cater for the child.
The woman stated that she accepted to stay with the child. Maadwoa brought the child to her on Saturday evening and she travelled to Accra. The woman said the child was not in good condition at that time, she sent him to different hospitals and spent lots of her money on hospital bills and drugs till he recovered from the illness. The woman revealed that she didn't hear anything from her friend again.
Four years later, her friend came back to inform her that the child she brought to her is her biological son so she is coming for him. Maadwoa revealed to her that she gave birth to twins and she brought one of them to her. Faustina decided not to give the child back to her friend because she has spent lots of money on him but her pastor advised her to forgive them, both families met and they decided that she should give the child back to her friend. Faustina said they have taken the child from her.
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