A man offered them the £360 – half of which he has already paid – for the girl, who is only a few months old. He said that he wanted her to eventually marry his son.
The girl’s mother told a BBC News team: “My other children were dying of hunger so we had to sell my daughter. How can I not be sad? She is my child.”
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