- A young boy, Obrempong Takyi, has reported his mother to the police at Donyina in the Ashanti Region
- The boy reported his mother because he feared she was going to 'kill' his 6-month-old brother after the baby fell while being bathed
-The mother, Nana Afia Werekoaa, shared the story in a Facebook group
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A young mother from Donyina in the Ashanti Region has got the shock of her life as her four-year-old son reported her to the police for almost 'killing' his brother.
According to the mother, Nana Afia Werekoaa, she was recently bathing her six-month-old baby boy who slipped through her hands and fell into the container she was bathing him in.
She shouted Awurade m'aku me ba no [God, I've killed my son] after the fall and continue to bath the little notwithstanding.
After the bath, she went into her room and later heard a knock on her door. After opening the door, she saw two police officers with her son.
She greeted the officers and the police asked whether she knew the boy which she responded in the affirmative.
The police went on to reveal that lady's four-year-old son who is called Obrempong Takyi Frimpong had come to report that she nearly 'killed his brother.'
Werekoaa narrated what had happened but the:
"Police inspected my son, took pictures of the baby bath in the bathroom and us and the worst part is my son gave them a pose with his 2fingers."
“They made me call my husband and told him to report to the station with me when he comes home. I was just teary and shocked. They also encouraged my son to tell them if anyone threatens to beat him." she added.
Werekoaa who shared her story in a Facebook group, Circle of Wives, advised other mothers to be careful with their children.
"Dear wives, u see kids of today, LETS BE VERY CAREFUL WITH them. I am still shocked. Pls note the police station is not very far from home,” she concluded.
Se a screenshot of her narration below:
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