- Pictures showing a baby being taken out of thorns in a bush have been gathering numerous reactions on social media
- Many people upon seeing the pictures that came without a caption, drew a conclusion that the baby was abandoned by a mother
- However, YEN.com.gh's analysis has uncovered other possibilities
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A newborn baby has been captured in pictures that are gathering massive reactions online, being rescued from the bush by a woman who looked excited.
Although the original picture did not come with any caption explaining the details, social media users connected the dots that the baby had been abandoned by his or her original mother.
YEN.com.gh's analysis, however, suggests that the pictures could have been planned and taken for a social media stunt or the child could have been stolen and hidden by a stranger before discovery.
See the picture below:
Below are some of the comments YEN.com.gh has gathered.
@Boitumelo_MB suggested that:
The degree at which humans can be indecent and inhumane is quite scary. Couldn't even cover the baby with a blanket Loudly crying face. Why didn't she leave the baby at hospital or just condomise if you're not ready for motherhood?
I was about to judge, and remembered that only God will judge. Sometimes the mother was overwhelmed. I will neither exonerate nor condemn, but praise God for the precious soul, savedSmiling face with halo
Capitalism and all of the above when you have the option to give your baby to someone or take it to somewhere where it will receive care. I not judging women or men but I will not justify wrong doing.
Meanwhile, a man with the handle @FasipeTobi has shared a very emotional story of how his mother made a big sacrifice to sponsor them in school.
In a post on Sunday, May 23, the young man said that he was really moved to tears while narrating how his mum sold hot tea and homemade yoghurt on Lagos street to fund her children's education.
As if that was not enough, the superwoman also used proceeds from the business to take care of her ailing husband who was blind.
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