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How I Survived Seven Abortions – Human Rights Activist



The Founder, Alabasta Africa, Kenya, Ms Martha Bwore, has given an account of how she survived seven abortions that almost ruined her career

Bwore, now a human rights activist, made the revelation to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) when she participated in a Non-Governmental (NGO) Foundation for African Cultural Heritage (FACH) 2019 programme.

The FACH programme with the theme, “Responding to the Challenges of Youth, Family and Society: The Millenials Response’’ was held at the Afe Babalola Hall, University of Lagos on Saturday.

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Bwore, aged 55 added that it took her 40 years to recover from the aftermath traumatic experience of her abortions.

“Two are alive because I lost seven to various abortions, including a twin and I have to say that abortion is murder and it does affect one psychologically.

“I was disturbed on the account of the various abortions until I got help through counselling and most of it all, God did it for me and healed me.

“Now I am looking forward to marriage for the first time in my life at the age of 55, it has never happened before.

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“I want to advise the youths that there is no short route to enjoyment, abstinence is the key to good life because sex before marriage is sin. It is a road that leads to destruction.”

Bwore said that her may abortions were due to being dumped by those who claimed to love her before getting into family way, hence she always consider abortion as an escape route.

“My abortions came as a result of my carelessness. I do have pregnancy for those who care less about me which tells much about the dangers inherent in having sex as pleasure before marriage.

“Those that indulge in pre-marital sex do suffer many abuses, mentally and physically because they will be upset after the whole charade, they will feel used and dumped.

“It took me several years to rediscover myself and thank God he rescued me and I am starting afresh at 55 years,’’ she said.

A guest speaker at the programme, Mrs Chinelo Ujubuonu, alluded that Sex Education in the school as propended in some quarters might be a way to self-destruction for the youth.

“Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) guidelines focus on children seeking pleasure instead of teaching the children the hazards of pre-marital sex, this is not education, CSE simply stands for condoms and sex everywhere.”

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