Incredible recovery of baby abandoned and left to die after he was accused of being a witch

Incredible recovery of baby abandoned and left to die after he was accused of being a witch

The white woman, Anja Ringgren Lovén, who rescued the baby that was abandoned and left to die in Eket in Akwa-Ibom State after he was accused of being a witch, has celebrated his incredible recovery.hope 4

The baby now called Hope (pictured), and whose age is put at 2 was rescued in late January by Anja Ringgren Lovén, who is married to a Nigerian after he had wandered in the street for about eight months fending for himself and living on scraps. hope 2

And two months after help came Hope’s way in the form of a white woman, he has gained weight and has been pictured smiling and playing with other children.
Anja uploaded new photos of Hope on Saturday on her facebook page, and wrote: “As you can see on the pictures, Hope is really enjoying his life now having 35 new brothers and sisters who ALL take such good care of him, play with him, study with him, and make sure he is safe and is getting a lot of love.’

Anja Ringgren Lovén is the founder of African Children’s Aid Education and Development Foundation, and she is married to a Nigerian, David Emmanuel Umem, the couple live in Eket and run an orphanage.


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