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Man abandons wife at UCH as she battles kidney failure after losing their child at birth

Man abandons wife at UCH as she battles kidney failure after losing their child at birth

A woman is reportedly struggling for her life at University College Hospital, Ibadan after being abandoned by her husband following the loss of their child.

Their baby died during child birth and it left her with complication that resulted in kidney failure.

A lady known as Ifeoma, said that the affected woman’s husband called members of her family and asked them to come and take their daughter.

She had been placed on dialysis, but that did not stop the man from disappearing even in the condition.

Ifeoma wrote; “A lady is battling for her life in UCH after giving birth. The baby died and her kidney failed, she’s currently on dialysis.

Husband called her family that they should come and carry their daughter and vanished. Women, PRAY!!! PRAY very hard not to marry your enemy!!!”

Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported earlier that the former Commissioner for Women Affairs in Kwara state, Hajia Mopelola Abdulmalik-Bashir revealed that absentee fathers and husbands are penalised in the state.

She said men who abandon their families are compelled by law to pay a fine which ranges from N500,000 and N1 million.

Abdulmalik-Bashir, who spoke on her tenure in the Women Affairs Ministry, she said the state introduced gender composition laws.

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