Some Ghanaians on social media have offered pieces of advice to couples who have married for several years without a child. This issue has become topical in recent times following a current case of actress Selly Gally being trolled.
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Recently, social media have been heated with the case of a female social media user who called actress and TV presenter, Selly Gally, a barren and ugly woman.
The lady was trolling Sally and passed that comment under a post she made on Instagram.
Out of pain and anger, Selly rained curses on the lady identified as Henewaa Piesie, quoting some scriptures in the Bible to back her curses.
The actress herself had been in the news some time ago confessing that she desperately wanted to have children, however, it was not happening for her.
Like Selly, a lot of women are suffering in silence for their inability to have an issue after some years of marriage.
It is in this vein that the social media users who commented on a post made on YEN.com.gh’s official Facebook page left the advice.
Abdul-Karim, for instance, believes there is an alternative and that couple struggling for a child can adopt one:
Etse says he believes that there is God who answers prayers:
Kelvin says he would advise the couple to seek the help of the doctor and pray to God:
Oliviera wishes such couples would accept that not everyone would have children just as not everyone would be a billionaire:
Cynthia said she will also advice the couple to pray without ceasing:
Esther would also advise that the couple waits on the Lord:
James would also advise that they emulate some Bible characters:
Mark also has heartwarming advice:
Meanwhile, Selly Gally’s husband, Praye Tietia, reacted to the news of the lady calling his wife a barren woman.
His response, as contained in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, made many people admire and applaud him for being a good and supporting husband.
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