Actress Manaka Ranaka Fired For Refusing To Abort Her Pregnancy

Actress Manaka Ranaka Fired For Refusing To Abort Her Pregnancy

Generations actress Manaka Ranaka took to social media to let the world know about the awful experience she had when she gave birth to her firstborn Katlego as she equally wished her 20th birthday in the same vein. According to the colorful actress, she was given an ultimatum by her previous employer by then, who happened to be a fellow woman, and was asked to abort otherwise she would lose her job. However, the Mzansi queen decided to keep her baby, now a 20-year-old beautiful and healthy Katlego and ended up losing her job.

Actress Manaka Rakanaka Fired For Refusing To Abort Her Baby
Actress Manaka Ranaka Fired For Refusing To Abort Her Baby : Manaka having a selfie moment with colleagues

In a lengthy and emotional Instagram post, Manaka has indicated that she has no regrets about her decision as she wished daughter Katlego more life and blessings.

 ”Happy Birthday mama. The one who made me a mother 👩🏾‍🦱. The one who made me aGmom 👩🏾‍🦳. You @kay.stone_core are such a blessing in my life. We were so meant to be. 20 years of doing this life thing together, and I’ve never looked back since. I remember when women I worked for told me to abort you and I was like la hlanya, they fired me! Honestly I didn’t care, coz I was so determined to keep you and enter the next chapter in my life and that was bieng a mom ( Lauren Hill’s song Zion kept me going when I felt that the world was against us). I was ready man, .as young as they said I was, I was ready for you, and its been quiet a journey baby. A journey i would repeat anyday. Have a blessed day ngwanaka. You’ll always be my baby. You’ve always been my Joy. My ZION.”,she said.

 

 

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Happy Birthday mama. The one who made me a mother 👩🏾‍🦱. The one who made me aGmom 👩🏾‍🦳. You @kay.stone_core are such a blessing in my life. We were so meant to be. 20 years of doing this life thing together, and I’ve never looked back since. I remember when women I worked for told me to abort you and I was like la hlanya, they fired me! Honestly I didn’t care, coz I was so determined to keep you and enter the next chapter in my life and that was bieng a mom ( Lauren Hill’s song Zion kept me going when I felt that the world was against us). I was ready man, .as young as they said I was, I was ready for you, and its been quiet a journey baby. A journey i would repeat anyday. Have a blessed day ngwanaka. You’ll always be my baby. You’ve always been my Joy. My ZION.

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The pregnant mother also told the Daily Sun that she thinks both male or female children are equally important in society and she is ready to accept any outcome when she gives birth this time around.

 “Boys and girls are equally important and have different functions in society. “I don’t believe that boys are necessarily better. According to society and culture norms, they’re carriers of legacies. Girls also bring kids into this world,”

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