A pregnant woman who was jailed two years for injuring a rival but later rescued through the benevolence of Ghana’s Speaker of Parliament has given birth to a bouncy baby boy.
The woman, Akosua Sarfowaa, was a mother of one at the time prior to her incarceration. She was also 6-month pregnant when she was charged with assault for hitting her husband’s girlfriend.
She was later jailed for two years in following her inability to raise a fine of GHC 3400 slapped on her by the circuit court in Suhum which found her guilty of the offence.
Mynewsgh.com reports that through the Crime Check Foundation, news on Sarfowaa reached the attention of the Speaker of Parliament, Aaron Mike Ocquaye.
He then decided to pay the fine and get the vulnerable young expectant mother released.
A few months up to this point, Akosua Sarfowaa has delivered of a bouncy baby boy according to Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng who is the Chief Executive Officer of the Crime Check Foundation.
As part of their contributions towards her upkeep, he revealed that the organisation with the support of some spirited individuals donated items worth GHC 4,500 from eight individuals.
He wrote on his Facebook page: “Akosua Sarfowaa is here to inform me of her decision to name her baby boy after me after Crime Check Foundation saved her from giving birth to this innocent boy in Prison. We can only give glory to God."
Kwarteng also revealed that Sarfowaa has named her baby boy after the CEO of the Foundation.
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