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Pregnant women should have the right to choose abortion, according to BBNaija’s Doyin

Pregnant women should have the right to choose abortion, according to BBNaija's Doyin
Pregnant women should have the right to choose abortion, according to BBNaija's Doyin

Doyinsola Anuoluwapo David, better known as Doyin, a Big Brother Naija reality star, believes a pregnant woman should have the option of having an abortion if she does not want to have a child.

Doyin stated her position on abortion in the most recent episode of her podcast, Doyin’s Corner.

The reality star has declared herself to be a pro-choice activist.

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Abortion, according to Doyin, is not murder if the pregnancy is terminated before the embryo develops into a foetus.

“First and foremost, I’m pro-choice,” she stated. It is difficult to keep the baby because of certain circumstances or situations that people find themselves in.

“Sometimes, it’s not even because it’s difficult to keep the baby; it’s because of health complications like ectopic pregnancy, for example, and they had to take it out.”

“Or situations where someone is raped and they have to take it out.” So it’s very different in those kinds of situations,” she explained.

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