Sailors member Lexxy Young seeks justice after losing unborn baby
One of the popular gengetone group Sailors gang members is in pain and mourning the untimely demise of his unborn child. Alexander Ikuro, popularly known as Lexxy Young, and his girlfriend eagerly expected their bundle of joy.
The excited couple was due any time this week and was on high alert for any signs hinting at the baby's arrival.
"That day came on 4th of June and we rushed to a nearby hospital where we had booked. My wife was then admitted and I was asked to go home and come the following day, "read his revealing post on social media.
Lexxy says raising the issue with the medical facility has proved futile as no one took responsibility.
"I know there's nothing, not even any amount of money, that can bring my son back. I shed tears when they showed me the lifeless foetus, but with all honesty, I need help from anybody who can help me solve this and get justice. May the person responsible be brought to book. If not, let them never find peace. This one hurts so much."
Lexxy was fond of praising young kids on his social page, including fellow bandmates Miracle baby's, who wrote "cutest baby in the world."
He had vowed to give his child the life he never got.
"I just wanted to provide for my son and give him everything I never had. now the hospital's lack of professionalism has taken all that away."
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