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11 years old girl gets pregnant for five boys

It was a shocking story to the parents and
neighbours of an 11 year old girl and pupil of
Ikorenim Primary School in Calabar, Cross River
State, Ekamen Asuquo, when a pregnancytest that
was conducted on her at the General Hospital,
Calabar revealed that she was carrying a four-
month pregnancy.
The mother of the primary five pupil, who resides
at 2, Pipeline Road, Ikorenim had suspected pregnancy,
going by the symptoms exhibited by the teenage
girl, who was sick for a while as she decided to
take her to the hospital after she failed toget
well, despite long period of self medication.
The mother was rattled when it was discovered that
the girl was pregnant after some tests.
A neighbour, who spoke on condition of anonymity,
said ¡°She has been at home for the past two
months always complaining of one ailment or the
other and the mother had to take her to the
General Hospital after home medication could not
heal her in the hope that she could be treated
The neighbour, said when the teenage girl was
confronted by her mother, who allegedly sells hot
drinks and illicit drugs over who was responsible for
the pregnancy, she mentioned one Tony, one of the
boys that patronises her mother¡¯s hot drinking joint.
However, the source hinted that when Tony was
confronted, he said ¡°He was the one whodated the
teenage girl first but another customer, Jones
snatched her from him and when Jones was
confronted, he said he had since stoppeddating the
girl and mentioned another person, who when also
confronted, mentioned another boy and at the last
count, the number was five.¡±
It was gathered that the mother was infuriated
when her daughter confirmed that she slept with
all the boys mentioned and could not actually tell
who was responsible. It was also gathered that two
of the boys mentioned were tenants living in the
woman¡¯s house.
Out of annoyance, ¡°She has since asked the two
young men living in her house to quit butthey are
asking for time to secure another accommodation
before they can vacate the house.¡±
When the distraught mother was asked what she was
going to do with the daughter¡¯s predicament, tears
rolled down her cheek, as she said ¡°I leave
everything to God.¡±
When the state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr
John Umoh, was contacted, he said the incident had
not been reported to the police.

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