Director of Mokasa Women’s Trust Fund, Mona Quartey has suggested the community to be vigilant and inquisitive of the wellbeing of little ones in their communities.
Reacting to a JoyNews report about the abuse of a a few-year-previous boy by his father, Mona Quartey explained, “children are the potential and they are so valuable that there has to be some way of defending little ones like this.
“Of class, it is these instances that deliver to mild these issues. So now we all know and preserve an eye out for each other’s little one.”
She explained that even even though society has come to be close-knit and private, it continues to be essential for every person in a neighbourhood to be dependable for the upkeep of just about every baby in a group.
Sharing what that could appear like, she stated, “I’m happy that individuals neighbours who listened to the child crying, referred to as the mom to appear.”
“I think that we are all every other’s keepers and we ought to as a country check out out for young children who surface to not seem nicely. We should query what is going on,” just the neighbours did for the 3-12 months-aged baby.
“In the previous we’ve helped with road kids, it’s not ample. We have to be a minor far more inquisitive and discover out what is going on when we see a little one who does not glimpse nicely,” Mrs Quartey pressured.
She is hoping as a result that coverage will be strengthened in terms of how they are published and also that implementation which is the “most critical issue of everything” would be effective.
After months of gruelling discomfort inflicted on him by his organic father for bedwetting, 3-calendar year-previous Junior has been discharged from the hospital.
The tiny boy whose ordeal sparked countrywide outrage underwent remedy at the Manhyia Authorities Clinic for a few months for intense wounds.
The abuser, Ebenezer Nana Bonsu, 25, who resides at Buokrom in the Ashanti Area was stated to have perpetrated the act employing bare wire and canes.