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Russian Man Discovers That His Wife Faked Pregnancy, Death Of Twins, Finds Dolls In Grave



This is the astonishing moment a dad claims he found dolls wrapped in cloth at a funeral after his wife faked her pregnancy and the death of their twins.

The bizarre story has emerged from Russia, where cops and city officials are trying to unravel the truth.

Daud Daudov, 33, went to officials to lodge a complaint after finding dolls instead of the remains of his babies at the funeral of his children in Dagestan.

He was distressed upon discovering two plastic dolls in dresses and nappies, hidden in shrouds, it’s been reported across Russia media, including EN24 News.

The angry man went to the police and claimed that two of his children had died shortly after being born in Stavropol, but that he was unable to bury them because they’d been replaced with dolls.

Daudov believed that his sons could be “alive” and victims of a baby-selling or adoption racket. He initially accused maternity hospital medics of replacing his “dead newborn twins” with dolls ahead of their funeral, says the Lenta news outlet.

The distraught man even showed a video from the burial after he unwrapped the shrouds to see his babies for the first time – revealing dolls.

Star Hit reports that Daudov also shared film of the doll substitution on social media, where he told viewers: “The children were born healthy.

“They died on February 9 from a cerebral haemorrhage. It is possible to check only through an autopsy. “But, according to Islam, it is impossible to open their body – children must be [laid to rest] as they are.”

The stunned man later told cops he hadn’t unwrapped the shrouds until he joined relatives at the burial in the family’s native region of Dagestan, close to another family grave.

He claimed: “My cousin told me ‘Bro, they are still people… we need to do this in a human way. We need to see their faces before we bury them.’

“I opened the shroud of the first baby and saw there were no eyes. “What was this? I began to open the face of the second one. The same – this was a doll.”

He told the police: “Everyone was shocked, they were both just dolls in disposable nappies, like real kids. After this we called the police.”

However today a senior regional official dismissed it as a fake pregnancy which never happened – with the man’s wife, Laura, reportedly confessing she did not give birth, and had personally wrapped the dolls in a shroud for the funeral to dupe her unsuspecting husband.

“The woman went through a medical examination which established that she did not give birth,” said Stavropol governor Vladimir Vladimirov.

He added: “Later the woman in writing confirmed that the whole story was made up. What can I say? I am speechless.

“Now this is down to the family and the law enforcement. I am hoping that people who have wrongly accused our doctors will apologise.” The odd incident has also been taken up by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dagestan.

Daudov had claimed in a video statement – now also released by the Interior Ministry – that his sons had been born healthy at Stavropol perinatal centre in southern Russia.

On Instagram, the ministry said: “Realising all the delicacy and tragedy of this story, we did not plan to publish this video [of the dad].

“But the father not only willingly told about what had happened, but also expressed the hope that the resonance would help to quickly understand this tangled story.” The local maternity hospital also reportedly confirmed that his wife Laura didn’t give birth.

A spokesperson told reporters: “We checked all the bases – such a woman did not come to us. “By the way, the Stavropol maternity hospitals are equipped with surveillance cameras – you can also [check mums] on the records.

“Our perinatal centre deals with the most severe pathologies during pregnancy. “And stillbirths, cases of death of babies have not been seen here for a very long time. And twins, as far as I know – never.”

Laura told reporters that her initial positive pregnancy test was not confirmed.

The tragic woman, in a statement, admitted that she had faked her pregnancy, along with the birth and death of her newborns, because her husband so wanted to have children, add reports.

She added: “I saw how happy my husband was when I told him that I was pregnant. I didn’t want to upset him and therefore decided to lie to him and to our relatives by faking the pregnancy.

“I didn’t have a clear plan. Sometimes I felt as if my tummy was growing, I felt as if I was pregnant. “In January I went to have a look at babies’ cots. It’s hard to explain, from one hand I knew I wasn’t pregnant, but I couldn’t stop pretending.”

She rented a flat near the maternity hospital, bought two dolls and told her family that their twin babies had died after ‘birth’. “On that same day my husband told me that we had to bury the babies in Dagestan, at his family’s graveyard.

“Then (at the burial) my husband unmasked my lies by finding the dolls instead of the babies. “I misled all my relatives and my husband. I am terribly sorry,” Laura told the media.


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Confusion Rocks Ghana Police Service As 3 Officers Die In One Day – See The Cause Of Their Death



Confusion Rocks Ghana Police Service As 3 Officers Die In One Day - See The Cause Of Their Death

Three police officers died within 24 hours under different circumstances, according to reported reports by that caused fear among their colleagues.

Sources reveal that Sergeant Jemima Aidoo, Sergeant Adjei Kumi, and Chief Inspector Godfred Osei Atunku died at different stations between 6 and 7 March 2021.

In the case of Sergeant Jemima Aidoo of the Tesano Police, she complained of chest pain and was rushed to Mary Lucy Hospital in Awoshie and later moved to the Police Hospital for further care, but was pronounced dead upon arrival.

Late Sergeant Jemima Aidoo, Sergeant Adjei Kumi

Sergeant Adjei Kumi at the Aveyime Police station collapsed on duty and was rushed to the Roman Catholic Hospital at Battor for treatment.

He was however pronounced dead on arrival by one Doctor Edwin of the emergency unit of the hospital.

Chief Inspector Godfred Osei Atunku who until his demise was the Chamba Station Officer died at Bimbilla Government Hospital after a short illness.


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‘Happy birthday wifey’ – Secrete Female Lover Of Serwaa Amihere Sends Her A Heart Warming Birthday Message



‘Happy birthday wifey’ – Secrete Female Lover Of Serwaa Amihere Sends Her A Heart Warming Birthday Message

Serwaa Amihere, an award-winning broadcaster, celebrated her one-year birthday with greetings from colleagues, family, and associates all over the world.

Moet Abebe, a well-known Nigerian host, wished Serwaa a happy birthday.

Serwaa was addressed as her wife in her letter.

She shared two pictures, each with the word “wife” in the caption.


The first caption on Moet Abebe reads:“TODAY IS MY WIFE’S [email protected] SERWAAAMIHERE!!!! GIRL I LOVE YOU!!!…”

See screenshot below:


The second photo also came with the caption, “HAPPY BIRTHDAY [email protected]!”

This has sparked outrage on social media, with users questioning whether a female would refer to another as wifey unless they are lesbian partners or there is something else going on that the general public is unaware of.


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Major News Headlines This Afternoon Monday, 8th March 2021



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  1. Election Petition: Why ‘star witness’ Asiedu Nketia’s cross-examination was used against the petitioner

John Dramani Mahama, the Presidential Candidate of the NDC in the 2020 election, got his Election Petition dismissed by the Supreme Court of Ghana for lack of merit.

In the two-hour judgement of the seven-member panel delivered by Chief Justice Kwasi Anin-Yeboah last Thursday, March 4, the Justices identified some loopholes in the answers of Johnson Asiedu Nketia, Principal Witness One, when the latter was cross-examined.

The Chief Justice describing Johnson Asiedu Nketia as the ‘star witness’ for the Petitioner, John Dramani Mahama stated that the Petitioner was not in “Court to challenge the validity of the figures or data presented by the Chairperson of 1st Respondent that is why in his testimony, he did not provide any data to contradict that of the 1st Respondent.”

2. Massive fear as 3 police officers die within 24 hours

Three police officers have died within 24 hours under various circumstances according to confirmed reports sighted by sparking fear among their colleagues.

Sources reveal that Sergeant Jemima Aidoo, Sergeant Adjei Kumi and Chief Inspector Godfred Osei Atunku at various stations died between March 6 and 7 2021.

3. Coronavirus vaccine not for sale – NCCE tells Ghanaians

The Municipal Director of the National Commission for Civic Education in the Ga Central Municipality, Cynthia Anima Boadu, has asked the public not to pay for the COVID-19 vaccination because it is free.

4. Maxwell Konadu lauds Karim Zito for winning U-20 AFCON title

Former Black Stars assistant coach Maxwell Konadu has celebrated his compatriot Abdul Karim Zito for winning the U-20 Africa Cup of Nations tournament.

5. Actress, Kyeiwaa loses her daughter to death

Kumawood actress, Kyeiwaa has announced the unfortunate demise of her daughter.


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