The Upville girls engaged in serious conversation while sitting outside in the garden.
Seirra Leoneâ€™s survivor Zainab, Zimbabweâ€™s Maneta, Zambiaâ€™s Mampi and South Africaâ€™sÂ Barbz spoke about female issues and personal problems.
The four were discussing pregnancy, c-sections, natural births, pain, morning sickness and murder. While Barbz, Maneta and Mampi donâ€™t have children, Zainab told them about a chapter in her life.
Zainab told the girls that she was pregnant but lost the baby. The birth was excruciating and she was still in pain a few days later. She said that she and the baby were sick and that she couldnâ€™t even walk. The baby was taken away from her and she was told by authorities that they were going to take him to a childrenâ€™s hospital.
She said that the baby then died and nobody had told her. Zainab kept strong during her story-telling but Mampi broke down when she spoke about how her father was murdered.
Maneta spoke about both her parentsâ€™ deaths when she was a young girl. Her dad died when she was three and her mom died when she was 11. While the three had quite painful stories to tell, Barbz didnâ€™t have much to say. They then agreed that the day was boring.â€”Big Brother