A wicked mother has been arrested for dumping her one day old baby in a public refuse dump in a town called Akyem Nyanua.
Akyem Nyanua is a town between Asamankese and Nsawam in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
An eye witness called Hamfre Narh said, on Sunday 18th July 2021, the child was identified on the refused dump by some residents of Akyem Nyenua. The child was tied in two rubber bags, he was first tied in a black polythene bag and then in a blue polythene bag.
The residents hurriedly took the child to the hospital and notified the Police.
The child is currently receiving medical care at the Asamankese hospital.
The residents said they saw a woman suspiciously carrying a tray on her head and presumed she was the mother of the baby. The police upon intelligence arrested the wicked woman.
The woman known as sister Kakra confessed her deeds and blamed it on the man who impregnated her. She said the man was unwilling to take care of them hence she wanted to get rid of the child.
She is currently in police custody at the Asamankese police station.
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