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Monday, 30 July 2018

Keke Rider Cries For Help As Wife Gives Birth To Five Babies In Anambra state

A Nnewi-based commercial cyclist (Keke NAPEP rider), Abuchi Odoh and his wife, Ndidi, a trainee seamstress, had an overdose of blessing when the woman gave birth to five quintuplets on Thursday.

Ms. Odoh, 30 years old, was delivered from the Caplets, four males and one female, by Caesarean section to the Maternity House of God, Obiuno Otolo, Nnewi, Anambra State. She said that she actually suspected that it would not be a single birth because of the seriousness of the pregnancy.

Before the birth of the quintuplets, she had given birth to three girls in one birth and a group of triplets, all boys, although two of the boys died later, one year and three months after giving birth.

Commenting on the results of the last pregnancy, the husband, Mr. Odoh, said he had never negotiated quintuplets because he was still fighting to feed his family, given his meager income.

When he was told that his wife had given birth to five babies, Odoh, 40, from Okparigbovoko Nsukka in Enugu State, said he wanted to flee the responsibility of taking care of the five babies not because he did it. does not appreciate the blessing, but because he did not know where to start to collect money to handle the crisis.

On his feelings about blended blessings, he said, "I'm a Keke NAPEP pilot, keke is mine, but it's very old, I never expected my wife to deliver quintuplets. I was expecting a baby and it was my prayer I can not afford one more besides the number we have already left only five extra babies to go one way I am shocked. It's about the blessing I wanted to run away yesterday but people are not holding me back because I'm not happy for the babies' gift but because
I have nothing to take care of them. "

Odoh called on the governor of Enugu State, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, the governor of Anambra State, Dr. Willie Obiano, his deputy, Dr. Nkem Okeke, organizations and all individuals to come to his rescue , saying, "Now, I am totally confused.

The nurse who gave birth to the baby woman at the maternity ward, Ms. Blessing Odoemena, said that when the woman did the first scan during pregnancy, the result showed twins, then the second scan showed triplets "but I never believed the results she hosted more than that. "She said she had in the past delivered the wife of all her babies and was able to know her system to some extent.

Odoemena stated that when the woman had three daughters at first, she was disturbed at not having children and said that she continued to advise her to be patient.

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