So sad! A mother dumps her newborn baby along the road leaving a note explaining this
By #Hotnews | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 11803 views
The world is full of surprises as a woman did the unthinkable to her own child. Unidentified woman dumped her newborn baby along a road accompanied by a handwritten message explaining the reasons for dumping the young innocent kid.
According to the good Samaritan, the baby girl was found at 1am in the night inside a carton at Unguwar Amar'e an outskirt of Daura town. In the note the mother explained that she dumped the following frustrations after she was deceived by a man who impregnated her promising to marry her only to abandon her.
She went ahead to say that she regret her actions but had nothing to do. She appealed to whoever will pick the baby to take good care of her and name her BARIRA. The good thing is the baby was rescued safely and taken to hospital by a good samaritan. People were left shocked as this is the worst thing a mother can do to her own child irrespective of the problems she could be going.
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