Woman speaks on giving out her baby to be raised and returned after 5 years

Woman speaks on giving out her baby to be raised and returned after 5 years

- A Nigerian medical doctor called Ifunanya Igweze has shared her concerns about raising a baby

- Ifunanya she would like to have a child but give him to someone to raise for five years

- The medical doctor said that the baby would be returned to her after then

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A Nigerian medical doctor identified as Ifunanya Igweze has expressed her thoughts about caring for an infant. According to her, it gives her anxiety.

Taking to her page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, Ifunanya revealed that she wants to have a baby but she would give him to someone else to train until he is five years old.

According to her, when the child clocks five, he would be returned to her.

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The medical doctor went on to explain that she does not want someone disturbing her sleep, neither does she want anyone disturbing her study time.

She noted that she may break down. Ifunanya revealed that raising a child gives her more anxiety than pregnancy and labour.

She went on to ask women on her timelines if they have such anxiety and what they think should be done about it.

Some Nigerians took to her comment section to react to her post. As expected, there were various thoughts about Ifunanya's statement but across all reactions is the agreement that parenting isn't easy and that all hands must be on deck to make the experience easier.

Read some comments below:

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Adekunle Gold charged parents with male children to raise them properly.

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Gold in a post shared on his official Twitter page condemned the popular saying that ‘boys will always be boys’. According to him, the statement is just a lazy parenting strategy. The singer while explaining his point further noted that anyone that has a child also has the responsibility to raise such a child properly.

Some of his followers were not entirely in support of his post. Another follower who countered his post cited an example of how boys are most likely to stay out late just for the sake of football while girls would probably not do the same.

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