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#1 » by Sammy Rob (β145) » May 22nd, 2020, 5:40 pm
Body no be firewood abi.

A preacher was called to the prison for the naming of the child and he started by saying

“ Innocent children ought not to suffer for the actions of their parents . Sometimes we are invited to name a child in the prison ,

"How many children do we have here?

"8 children” they chorused.

How did the children get there?

Nobody is above the law, even pregnant women. Whether you are pregnant and commit an offence or you are even a nursing mum while commiting the offence, you will still face the wrath of the law depending on the level of offence you commit.

If you get pregnant in the prison, it doesn't mean you will be set free before on that account.

In Kenya, women protested and said, “The Government, through the leadership of Kenyan prisons, should introduce a law that allows women serving lengthy jail terms enjoy sexual intimacy with their visiting husbands," really body no be firewood.

In Nigeria here, conjugal visits are not allowed yet , but women still get pregnant.

The body really needs these desires met and this should be done at will, not like the situation where in Borno, the Amnesty international reported a case of sexual violence on the women in Maiduguiri maximum prison.

These events lead to pregnancy if these guys do not use protection.

It is not the best but women keep getting pregnant there and that's one way, unless husbands bribe their way through to mate with their wives or male prison workers.

How do these children attend the necessary school and how do they feed and all?

One mother said they depend mostly on visitors and they manage all they get, imagine managing 13 diapers for a child for 2-3 weeks when it's shared amongst the mothers.

“ We get Cerelac , NAN 123 and Golden Morn . They share baby milk among us".

The young children attend the prison creche which opens from 8 am to 3 pm , for morning session ; and at 6 pm , for evening session , daily .

In 2017, “ Survey on Women Prisoners / Detainees and Babies Living in Nigerian Prisons ,” a non -governmental organisation , Citizens United for the Rehabilitation of Errants, said of the 198 female inmates it interviewed in the Female Prison , Kirikiri , Lagos ; Port Harcourt Prison in Rivers State , and Enugu Prison , 30 were with children while 17 were pregnant .

In 2010, it was reported that there were 300 children in the Nigerian prisons under mother care, now it is about above 961

What should be done?

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#2 » by green20 (β1521) » May 22nd, 2020, 6:26 pm
if u ask me
na who i go ask

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#3 » by makavelli25 VIP (β15238) » May 22nd, 2020, 7:12 pm
Like seriously
The have s.x in jail

Nawa o
Tell other that "BESTNAIJA IS THE REAL DEAL". :)

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#4 » by green20 (β1521) » May 22nd, 2020, 7:19 pm
makavelli25 wrote:Like seriously
The have s.x in jail

Nawa o
e suppose happen

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#5 » by Sucrates (β72) » May 22nd, 2020, 11:18 pm
I heard that the prison mates date themselves and also the warders also f*k them.

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#6 » by Jameson (β20) » May 22nd, 2020, 11:53 pm
Get the samples from the warders & Do the DNA test
Raise your word,not you voice.
its rain that grows flowers and not thunder

Faith is taking the first step even when you cant see the whole staircase

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#7 » by green20 (β1521) » May 23rd, 2020, 6:28 am
Jameson wrote:Get the samples from the warders & Do the DNA test
nice thinking

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#8 » by Gwen27 (β581) » May 23rd, 2020, 12:23 pm
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