The pregnant woman who was kidnapped and returned by kidnappers is the latest story on everyone's lips in Ghana. She was returned with blood all over her body and no baby.
The kidnappers allegedly wanted to use her for rituals but were unable to do so because she was pregnant, according to some accounts. As time passes, a slew of new information have surfaced.
Western Regional Minister Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah said on Kessben FM's "Maakye Show" that the doctors in charge of the lady told him she was never pregnant. He claims to have seen the physicians' records and is certain in his assertion that the woman lied to the public.
Kessben FM tried to contact the victim's husband once more but was unable. Michael Simons, Josephine Panyin's husband, said that he has all of his wife's antenatal care records and pregnancy reports to establish that she was definitely pregnant at the time she went missing. When his wife visited her mother, Michael Simons revealed that she was 8 months old.
He said, "I don't know why the doctors are now saying that," when even he was aware that her wife was pregnant.
What are your thoughts on this development? Do you believe the woman's story is fabricated? In the comments box, tell us what you think.
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