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Check out how a 16-year-old stole baby in church

Kofi Dekye Acquaye 4 weeks ago 0

Shocking news indicates that a 16-year-old girl allegedly stole a baby during service at the Church of Pentecost at Asante Akyem Agogo in the Ashanti region.

Emelia Yendulom, the suspect, allegedly tricked the grandmother into giving the baby over by saying the mother had to nurse him.

On Sunday, March 24, 2024, at a church naming ceremony, this regrettable incident happened. It was reported that Emelia vanished along with the child, leaving the parents hopeless.

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It became evident later that the suspect—who was pretending to be the mother—had taken the child to her Agogo Zongo family.

Because Emilia has a history of mental health issues and is receiving treatment at a prayer camp in Ananekrom, the family members have become suspicious.

The worried family members then hurried to make sure Emilia was telling the truth by getting confirmation from the Prayer Camp at Ananekrom.

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They found out she was lying, so they quickly took Emilia and the baby to the police station where she was arrested.

The mother, who had already filed a complaint at the police station, was called to verify if the child belonged to her, and indeed, it was confirmed.

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The police said Emelia was a chronic baby thief but were unable to convict her due to her mental health condition.

In the meantime, the baby’s grandmother and the suspect are supporting the police in their investigation.

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