- Agnes Dadzie lost her two-month-old baby in Accra
- She was travelling to her in-law whom she had informed a week ago she would be visiting
A mother is currently grieving over the loss of the two-month-old child after the baby was stolen by a stranger at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra.
Mother of the stolen baby, Agnes Dadzie, was travelling from Akyem Akroso to Ashaiman to visit her in-law when the incident happened.
Accra-based Joy FM reports that the distraught mother said she had wanted to show her baby to the in-law whom she had never seen since the birth of the baby.
Narrating the incident, Ms Dadzie said she arrived at Kwame Nkrumah Circle with her best friend Charity Denyo, who was also a mother of twins.
She said she called her brother, Akwasi, to come pick them up, but he said he was washing some few clothes for his master after which he will run a few errands before coming over to pick them.
She said whiles they were waiting, a woman passed by with smiles on her face.
Ms Dadzie said she noticed the woman was gazing at them and drew the attention of her friend to it, but she shrugged it off saying it is normal for the woman to admire their babies.
The said lady then approached them and picked the eldest of Ms Denyo’s twins to play with.
The lady later overhead the two visitors saying they were hungry and had to find something to eat.
In a rather kind gesture, Ms Dadzie said, the stranger offered to buy them lunch at the Las Palmas restaurant nearby.
According to Ms Dadzie whilst they were inside the restaurant, the woman complained that the fan under which she (Ms Dadzie) was seated was not good for her baby so she took the baby from her and handed Ms Denyo’s baby to her.
Afterwards, the woman stood up to take the baby out, saying she was going to get some mobile phone credit.
Ms Dadzie said she waited and waited but the woman never returned with the baby.
She then ran out of the restaurant only to be told the woman was seen heading towards the rail area with the baby.
The case has since been reported to the Police who have already began investigations.
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