Nigerian lady recounts how her friend's baby was swapped at Lagos hospital

Nigerian lady recounts how her friend's baby was swapped at Lagos hospital

The state of the Nigerian economy has perhaps pushed several people to criminal acts. However, this is no excuse for nurses putting mothers through pain by exchanging their babies with another.

According to reports from several sources, a young lady has taken to social media to warn ladies to have a birthing partner when they are in the labour room.

She also advised mothers to take note of the exits as well as the nurses faces. Adding to her advice, she told new mothers to take note of the face and gender of their child.

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Nigerian lady recounts how her friend's baby was swapped at Lagos hospital

Nigerian lady recounts how her friend's baby was swapped at Lagos hospital
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Explaining the reason behind her warning, the lady revealed that her friend's baby was swapped by a nurse at a hospital in Lagos. The foul play was noticed after the nurse carried away their male child and brought back a girl. In addition to that, the baby girl was brought in a different wrapper and she also had her eyes lined with black eyeliner.

After the nurse was found out, she claimed the matron told her to swap the baby with the one in the chief matron's office. The matron denied doing any such thing.

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Nigerian lady recounts how her friend's baby was swapped at Lagos hospital

Nigerian lady recounts how her friend's baby was swapped at Lagos hospital
Source: Instagram

Nawa o.

Meanwhile Legit.ng reported that Nigerian man took to Facebook to share his opinion on faithful and loyal women.

The man identified as Adeniran Ayodeji on Facebook sparked a debate online after claiming that women who are too loyal, faithful and submissiv* to their spouses/partners often look foolish and desperate.

His statement which can be taken as a reflection of his view on commitment suggests that women should walk into relationships and marriages half-heartedly to avoid looking ‘foolish and desperate.’

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