- A lady with the Twitter handle @Jacynthaekeh3 has got people talking on the social media platform after offering GHC 18,568 to anyone who is willing to be a surrogate mother
- @Jacynthaekeh3 rolled out criteria the prospective surrogate mother must meet and asked interested applicants to send her a private message
- Social media users expressed displeasure over the amount of money being offered, saying surrogacy costs more than N1.2m
A lady with the Twitter handle @Jacynthaekeh3 has taken to the social media platform to offer the sum of GHC 18,568 to a surrogate mother who is willing to have a child for her.
The lady rolled out conditions the prospective surrogate mother must meet. The criteria include; height above 160cm, the weight must be above 49.9kg, good looking, responsible, with blood group O positive and genotype AA.
Social media users took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts. Many of those that commented said the money is too small.
Tweep with the handle @ImEunice2 wrote:
"If she's willing to pay 10m I will have it done for her with no stress at all, but you see that 1.2m is f*cking small...."
"That's such a meager amount for such a risky task. God won't only bless you with a child through me, but my life will also be at risk, my body, organs, bones, health, mental health. All for 1.2M naira? I will pay whoever is willing 1.5M not to do it."
"Hmmmm, but all of you saying the money too small, how much have you ever been paid to carry your own baby?
"Even if the money is small for you just ignore the post and let people who would appreciate it apply, no be women dey born finish throw am for gutter? There are still people."
"I'm the one you're looking for. In fact, I have a son already."
Below are other reactions:
@OlajuwonTeemah said she had all the requirements except being pregnant before.
In other news, a young lady recently headed to Twitter to share some exciting news with her followers - she just got engaged. In the post, @yaryoush_ explained how the man of her dreams turned out to be someone she met on Twitter.
The newly-engaged young lady also included beautiful pictures of the engagement, which took place on a boardwalk right next to a beautiful flowing stream - the stuff that dreamy proposals are really made of.
She captioned the pictures she shared online:
"I'm engaged to the man I met on Twitter."
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