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Kuchi Kuchi singer, Jodie, has opened up about the realities of raising a special needs child.

Jodie, whose 6-year-old son Chinua has cerebral palsy, stated in a poignant post that her son’s condition is due to the hospital where she gave birth to him.

She also stated that if she had known how things would turn out, she would have gone to a normal hospital.

The singer, whose real name is Joy Eseoghene Odiete, said she can’t keep a relationship due of her son’s condition since her “soul is shattered.

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She claimed that her son’s illness had reduced her to stress

She expressed herself as follows: “My savings have been sucked dry. Because I’m a beggar, my pals have abandoned me. Every morning, I have fresh debts.”

She explained that special needs children don’t consume normal food and require particular attention, which puts a strain on parents’ budget.

Many people have recommended her to kill her child, Chinua, she said “because such children are entrusted with squandering funds

She stated that she has worked a variety of jobs in order to pay for her child, but that the high cost of child care has depleted her savings.

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She went on to say that her son’s position causes her to become ill “nearly every three weeks” as a result of the stress.

The singer went on to say that she and other special needs parents had been suffering alone for far too long as a result of the stigmatization.

However, she claims that this shame must disappear in order for them to receive assistance for their children.

We are no longer ashamed of ourselves. We’ve reached a point where we can’t do anything. We’ve gone insane… “We require a long-term answer,” she wrote.

She then urged the government, non-governmental organizations, and other authorities to create a “permanent solution” for special needs children’s care so that parents do not have to go bankrupt to care for their children.

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“My head is heavy,” she concluded. Because I cry every night, my eyes hurt. Don’t wait for the singer of Kuchi Kuchi to pass away before holding a memorial ceremony for her child.

When I’m gone, don’t spend a dime. Do everything you can to help me while I’m still alive. I beg you, Nigerians.”

Jodie was married to David Nnaji, a Nigerian Actor.

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