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This is what allegedly happened to Dr Grace’s pregnancy as Ghanaians accuse her of using her womb for sika duro

Renowned herbal practitioner, Dr Grace Boadu, has been at the center of speculation following revelations that she did not have biological children of her own. Critics on social media have wildly asserted that she may have sacrificed her fertility for wealth, given her successful practice, which involved assisting childless women in conceiving using herbs.

In a surprising twist, a video of the late Dr. Boadu, joyfully showcasing her baby bump has surfaced online, sparking further intrigue. In the footage, the herbal practitioner is seen looking glamorous and beaming with joy, as she was expecting to welcome twins.

However, tragedy struck as she suffered a miscarriage during the 7th month of her pregnancy. The discovery of this video has led to an increased wave of sympathy, considering her untimely demise and the tragic miscarriage.

Dr Grace Boadu was a respected figure in her field, known for her herbal treatments that have helped scores of women conceive. The video of her baby bump has added a poignant twist to her story, as it reveals a side of her life that was previously unknown to the public. The circumstances surrounding her inability to bear children remain unclear amidst the ongoing speculations.


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