Kenya Woman’s Baby Snatched by Swedish Social Authorities

Göran Skog and Maggy During the good old days

Göran Skog and Maggy During the good old days

I have been silent, watching slanders from Göran who has been tarnishing my name and even making accusations against me but the truth shall always prevail. No one knows the truth about our collapsed relationship more than me and the Kenyan Embassy which has been investigating this matter.

I, Margaret Maragwa, reported constant abuse against me to the Swedish police. I told police that Mr. Göran Skog, a Swedish citizen, once beat me, almost to death while I was pregnant. I ended up being admitted to hospital in critical condition and later taken to a women’s shelter.

This is not a fabrication and I can substantiate everything I am saying to anybody at any time. After beating me and leaving me for dead, Mr. Skog later organized with social workers to grab my sweet baby from me. Currently, I don’t know the whereabouts of my baby. He is the only one now allowed to pay visits to the baby.

I have, on several occasions, raised serious concerns about the well-being of my child but all the time, what I get is torture, humiliation, discrimination and racism. Göran is well known to the Social authorities in Hörby as a drunkard, child abuser and woman molester but they still leave him to see the baby because he is white. Instead of helping me, the social authorities are covering him up while keeping me away because they want to deport me to Kenya. They want to raise my child without me after stealing my baby.

If the accusations and allegations Göran made against me were true, why is he threatening my life? Furthermore, he is an alcoholic, a rapist and has a criminal record. Is this justice? Why does the Swedish authorities like covering whites even after they have killed, murdered and brutalized women? Göran Skog has tortured me and now he wants me to keep quiet?  I will fight for my rights until justice is done and those who are talking rubbish about me can just continue but one day, justice will be done. As for Göran, know that I will never rest until I get my baby back. This is just the beginning.

Margaret Maragwa

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  • Margaret, I feel your pain but having read past complaints from Göran that you used to beat him too, chances are that you will lose your child unless you cooperate with the Swedish authorities handling your case. You should seek help for anger management and if you do imbibe certain chemicals, control your limits and show more responsibility. Being aggressive before the Swedish authorities will not be helpful.

    Despite the fact that Swedish laws tend to favor women in cases of domestic abuse, you should have been careful about your initial reactions whenever you encountered marital problems. It is rare for women to lose custody of their children in Sweden unless they have serious problems which must be investigated and assessed individually. If Göran has evidence that you almost killed your child during a domestic conflict, then you can be legally charged for violence.

    As a person still processing your residential permit, you should have known that involving yourself with violence and getting your name recorded at the Social authorities and Police, could jeopardize your current stay and the quest for Swedish citizenship later on. Good luck!

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