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Enugu, Nigeria - enugu ndp candidate 2007 onirni/awgu/ojiriver abandons this beautiful daughter in soth africa, you dont need dna to see the resemblerance, school fees wanted take responsibility rev. dr. ezekiel anuo

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enugu ndp candidate 2007 onirni/awgu/ojiriver abandons this beautiful daughter in soth africa, you dont need dna to see the resemblerance, school fees wanted take responsibility rev. dr. ezekiel anuo

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bridge

South Africa

#1 Mar 8, 2009
emotional abuse is when parents or caregivers dont give the child love and affection, it can also include verbal abuse, threatening the child, swearing or shouting, parental indifference, an uncaring attitude, or when parents humiliate the child the child making them feel unworthy.

economic abuse or negrect takes place when the parent or caregiver doent provide for the child with basics things like food, clothing, shelter, or refuses to pay for the child medical or dental care even though they have money to do so.

child abuse can have terrible long term consequences, like physical injury, serious phychological and emotional problems. children can build up a lot of hurt and anger inside, so they must get help if they have been abused. even if you are not being abused yourself yu can help stop the cycle by reporting any form of abuse in family and community.

children rights

the right to be cared for
the right to have privacy
the right to good health care
the right to good education
the right to be proud of their heritage
the right to a safe, comfortable home
the right to make mistakes
the right to be protected from all forms of abuse

children responsibilities

responsiblity to respect and appreciate their parents and guardians
responsibility to respect others privacy
responsibility to take good care of themselves
to study and respect their teachers
respect te culture and believes of others
to keep it cleean and tidy
to learn from their mistakes
not to abuse others

children act 38 of 2005 states that all parents have a legal obligation to look after their children this means they must maintain or take caere of their childrens basic needs food, clothing shelter medical care and education and the law treats all the children the same it does not matter if they live with a single parent, grandmother or are adopted all the children have right to the basic needs of life.

who has to pay maitence
the law always put the interest of the child first and does not allow parents to escape their duty just becauese they dont live witht heir children or only see them afew times a year. parents have also to pay maintence if they have other children or if the other parent gets married or remarries or starts a relationship with someone else

how
Kimberly Lupfer Eze

Athens, GA

#2 May 3, 2009
What is the status of the little girl? where is she now? My husband is in enugu, and myself in USA, but is there a way to find out about adopting this angel?(Atlanta Georgia USA)
kdl3965@yahoo.com
Mary

South Africa

#4 Jun 22, 2009
Yes, i am the mother, you can contact me on tel No.+27766318610 or email me on marywangari@yahoo.com. As a kenyan adopting the child is not an issue, all i want is the father to pay her school fees and basic maintenance and also have the daughter regulary vist him. She is entitled to fatherly love now that he is still alive and spend quality time together.

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