The husband of the missing but found Takoradi pregnant woman, Michael Simons insists that his wife, Josephine Panyin Simons was pregnant.
According to him, there was no need for her to fake the pregnancy since they already have a child together.
He added that this was not desperation to have a child so the minister should have done due diligence before running to the media to say his wife was not pregnant.’
Michael said , there was no need for her to feign pregnancy since they already have a three-year-old and were not in any way in a hurry to prove to the world that they camp parent a child.
He added that, the doctors and other people in authority were supposed to do due diligence by investigating thoroughly by way of visiting the hospital, church, and even the family to be sure she was really pregnant.
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The latest development on Panyin Mensah comes on the back of claims by the Western Regional Minister, Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah, that the pregnancy claim and kidnapping were false.
The minister in an interview stated that the preliminary investigation by the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) has revealed that the kidnapping of the pregnant woman in Takoradi is fake.
“From their preliminary investigations, NIB suspects that this whole story was fake and that the medical doctor who has even looked at her revealed she wasn’t pregnant. That is the immediate information that we have. The police are still with her,” he said.
The claim by the regional minister has put a different twist to the whole kidnap and pregnancy saga.