The babies said to have been born to a South African woman are yet to be presented to the world creating doubts among people on the authenticity of the matter. However, according to a statement by the babies' aunt, the infants are currently fighting for their lives at a hospital in South Africa.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the aunt said Gosiame Sithole is still recovering in the same Pretoria hospital after giving birth to five of the children naturally and another five by Caesarean section on Monday.
"The babies are still in incubators fighting for their lives. They came at 29 weeks; the mother is still weak... This is a sensitive issue," the aunt told TimesLIVE.
The father to the claimed babies, Tebogo Tsotetsi flew to Cape Town on Wednesday to recieve a £50,000 donation for the children's care. Tebogo insisted that the world will get to see the infants once the right time comes. A good number of relatives have come forward to insist that the birth is genuine.
Local officials claim to have no records of the delivery taking place at any hospital in Guateng state, in Pretoria. None of the doctors has asserted that the babies were born. Tsotetsi told Pretoria News on 10th June that the babies are premature and very small. The public should therefore have patience until the infants are stable.
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