- A young woman who prefers to hide her identity has claimed that her ex-boyfriend used her womb for blood money, popularly referred to as sakawa
- Mafia disclosed that a pastor revealed this to her to explain why she was experiencing severe pains after she became pregnant
- The young lady sat for an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa
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Mafia, a young woman whose original name has been withheld, has claimed that she was a victim of blood money as she reveals that the practice is on the rise.
The young woman who is resident in the Ahafo Region disclosed that her predicament began in 2013 when she got involved in a romantic relationship with her ex-boyfriend.
Narrating her ordeal in an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, Mafia disclosed that after years of living together as a couple with her former boyfriend, he decided to travel to Accra.
She claimed that she fell severely sick before he travelled.
Mafia disclosed that her man returned from Accra with a car but he did not disclose how he bought the whip.
Unknown to her, her former boyfriend went for blood money, popularly referred to as sakawa.
Before this was made known to her, Mafia disclosed that her boyfriend insisted that he would only marry her if she became pregnant for him.
In 2018, Mafia took seed but her ex-boyfriend asked her to leave the house because he couldn't afford to marry her then, she said.
''After I left the house, I started feeling pains in my stomach but the doctors said nothing was wrong with me.''
Mafia claimed that a pastor later told her that her ex-boyfriend used her womb for sacrifice.
''The pastor told me that if I give birth, my former boyfriend would go mad and I might lose my life if I don't give birth.''
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Fearing for her life, Afia aborted the baby and he has since been stalking and threatening her life.
''He always sends people to follow me and they often call to threaten me as well. So I moved to a new place but leaving the house has become very difficult for me because I fear for my life,'' Mafia added.
Listen to the full interview below.
In hearty news, a female Ghanaian nurse, Akua Afariwaa, has set the internet ablaze with her striking appearance as she marked her new age with style in March 2021.
Afariwaa turned a new age on March 22 and she took to a popular Facebook public group to share a series of photos to celebrate her special day.
To mark her grand day, the female nurse splashed social media with awe-inspiring birthday snaps, flexing her grid and beauty.
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Source: Yen Newspaper