Radio and Television personality Gloria Akpe Acquah popularly known as MzGee has vowed to stay way from asking women she interviews about child-bearing.
MzGee’s decision comes after she shared a story about a miscarriage that almost ruined her life.
In a video posted on her Youtube page, MzGee narrates her experience with loosing her three-month-old pregnancy to a miscarriage.
According to MzGee, the experience made her come to the realisation of how difficult it must be for women who are going through similar situations.
“I after this experience has realised that I have done a lot of women wrong at leat the ones that I have asked those questions in the past by virtue of the job that I do, we ask a lot of questions we are quite inquisitive and I’m sure that I have asked one or two people , eii you’ve been married quite a while when are you having a child oh when is the baby coming of course out of ignorance,” MzGee shares in the video.
The Entertainment journalist added that having had this experience, it has opened her eyes to how difficult it is for women who have not had the courage to share their stories.
“…but having been through this I realise how painful an experience some of these people have had and they haven’t spoken about and those who have been trying various ways to have a baby yet the baby is not coming and you go asking them this in interviews, you go writing this on their timelines,” she added.
MzGee agrees that she has been wrong and apologised to women she has asked this question in interviews.
“I can now admit that I have been so wrong and I take this opportunity to apologise to any woman that I have asked this question in an interview.
Henceforth, it’s not going to happen until the consent is given me from that person to ask them a question about childbirth and maybe struggles with childbirth, you won’t hear me ask any woman about why they haven’t given birth because some of them have tried,” she concluded.
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