Kogi Woman Gives Birth To Triplet In Edo state Begs Nigerians To Assist Her

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A 40 years old woman, Mrs. Grace Sani who gave birth to triplets on October 29,2022, begged Nigerians and well meaning individuals to assist her for the up keep of her triplet.

Grace Sani who hailed from Olamaboro Local government Area of Kogi State, was without Job, even her husband, a low cadre Public servant was without a penny, before the arrival of the tripplets

Although, she had married for 11 years, with four children, before the arrival of female triplet, the husband’s means of livelihood is menear

However, Mrs. Grace Sani who is currently residing in Etsako LGA in Edo state with her husband, a low cadre public servant whose current earning cannot fund the needs of the family, before the arrival of the triplet, is soliciting for help from philanthropists.

She had waved the ideas of nursing a child before the sudden pregnancy of tripplet as her husband could no longer fend for the family, just as she sells daily petty food ingridents on popular roadside in Etsako LGA of Edo state.

However, when the symptoms of pregnancy started, they could not comprehend as they belief it was the usual fever.
Speaking to WORLDLINK online news, on Thursday, Mrs. Grace said ” at first, I started having weakness of the body, looking weak and could not eat.
” I went to the hospital, the doctor confirmed it was a pregnancy of three, but I could not believe because I was not expecting pregnancy.”

She said when the pregnancy was about 5-7 months, her husband began to cry everyday because no money to attend antenatal, not even to buy baby clothes.
” My husband being an orphan, could only rely on prayers for safe delivery. Sometimes, even while in pregnancy, we find it difficult to feed because no means to buy foodstuff. She said

Mrs. Grace who said she was full of joy, delivered a triplets on October 29,2022, just as she pleaded with Nigerians, to please come to their aids, adding that since she delivered, some of the necessary baby materials were provided by some good Samaritan, even as the hospital bill was paid by a nurse who sympathized with her at the point of delivery.

” I am happy for the gift of these babies. Again, I am worried every day because the means of bringing them up is no longer there. But with God, it will be possible.
I am pleading with Nigerians, especially, the first lady of Kogi and Edo state government as mother’s to assist me and my children.” She said

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