Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Mother Of Quadruplets Cries Out For Assistance

A 42-year-old woman, Mrs. Francisca Ejidike, a staff nurse from Orakwu in Anambra State, who was delivered of quadruplets (two boys and two girls), has appealed for financial assistance.

She said she married Mr. Joseph Ejidike five years ago, adding that at the time of their marriage, he had four children – a boy and three girls – through his late wife.

Mrs. Ejidike said: “I require financial assistance because it is difficult to take care of one baby, let alone four. I urge the government and well-meaning people to assist me.”

She thanked the hospital workers, led by the Chief Medical Director (CMD), Dr. Paul Ezeonu, for caring for her and the babies.

The matron of the post-natal ward, Mrs. Veronica Chima, thanked God for the delivery of the babies, noting that they were the first quadruplets to be delivered in the hospital.

A worker in the Ministry of Women Affairs who spoke in confidence said that the ministry informed Governor Martin Elechi’s wife about the delivery. He said he hoped she would respond.

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  1. Children are a heritage from the Lord, and the fruit of the womb is His reward.

  2. May all glory and honour be ascribed unto the Lord for the safe delivery of these beautiful babies.

  3. God has rewarded u d yrs d cancarworm has eaten. Praise d Lord.