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Nobody Can Claim My Child, A Woman Only Helped Me Carry The Pregnancy With Surrogacy” Biola Adebayo

Nollywood actress Dr. Biola Adebayo has revealed how she was helped to carry her child’s pregnancy through surrogacy, while also stating that nobody can come back to claim the child in the future.

In a video that was posted on the official Instagram page of Biola Bayo1 during an interview with May Yul-edochie, she made it known that nobody can claim her child, saying that she was only helped to carry the pregnancy through surrogacy because she does not have the required strength to carry a pregnancy.

Watch the video from (2:48 to 4:25).

In her statement, she said, “For me, I advocate for surrogacy because, as a woman and as a Christian, I know a lot of women who have waited for so long in tears and pain because they couldn’t give birth.

“As long as it is not a sin and nobody is going to come and drag me for supporting it.

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