- A Ghanaian mother named Adoley has said that her freshly-delivered baby was stolen from her under the guise that he had died at the hospital
- Several years later, Adoley recalls that a pastor told her she would find a precious gift she once lost
- 3 days after this encounter, Adoley received a call from a stranger in India who said a nurse had given her a child belonging to Adoley
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Adoley, a Ghanaian lady has narrated how her child who got stolen at the hospital under the guise of his death was later seen in the Asian country of India.
According to a report filed on the story by Pulse.com.gh, Adoley made this revelation on live radio on Angel FM’s Anopa Bofo.
This came on the back of the arrest of some doctors, nurses and social welfare workers by the Economic and Organised Crimes Office (EOCO), as YEN.com.gh previously reported.
Adoley revealed that she gave birth to a baby boy when she was in year four in senior high school and was told that the child had died several moments after she saw him for the first time.
"After I saw the baby, I was given an injection that put me to sleep and so I could not realise anything that happened afterwards."
Several years after the incident, Adoley said she was told by a pastor that she would find a precious gift she misplaced and three days after that she received a call from India.
The stranger claimed to have gotten her contact number from a nurse from whom she received the boy belonging to Adoley to take care of.
Currently, Adoley indicates she is in touch with her child who now lives with her auntie in the United States of America after the death of his guardian mother.
In another breathtaking report, it has emerged that some patients of COVID-19 who have recovered from the deadly virus are experiencing erectile dysfunction as an aftermath of falling victim to the disease.
According to a pulse.com.gh report, Dr Frank Serebour who is the vice-president of the Ghana Medical Association made this disclosure in a radio interview on Abusua FM.
Dr Serebour indicated that reports of sexual weakness have been filed by myriads of recovered COVID-19 patients to physicians all over the country.
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