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I have aborted Ernest Opoku’s pregnancy – Nayas

Ernest Opoku's pregnancy

Nayas1, who is known in private life as Glady Mensah Boaku has disclosed on the hottest unscripted interview show ‘Zionfelix Uncut‘ that she has aborted the child she conceived with gospel Musician Ernest Opoku, even though she is very aware that abortion is a sin against God as a Christian.

The actress and movie producer revealed that she decided to abort the unborn baby because she felt it was the best decision to take.

Nayas1 also pointed out an article she has sighted which alleged that Ernest Opoku had threatened to take on the people who had given her the medicine to abort her child.

She stated that if Ernest had really said what the article has alleged, then he should forget about taking any action because it was not necessary.
Ernest Opoku's pregnancy
Gladys, however, gave a very priceless advice to other ladies who had conceived and wanted to abort it.

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She gave such people the advice that they should not do that, stating that naturing a child is not always about having a lot of money as people think but your willingness to want to bring up the child.

She revealed that she gave birth to her first child without going for a single antenatal care but the child came out very healthy and is eight years today because she took great care of herself at the time.

Ernest Opoku will be very sad if he hears this confirmation from Nayas1 about aborting the pregnancy because of how Nayas1 proudly on that very hot Monday afternoon stormed the studio of Adom FM with a cane hidden in her dress and attacked him because of this same child.

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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