Photo courtesy; Governor James Ongwae
It is always a young couples joy to give birth to a child just months or years after a church or traditional marriage. In most society, children are considered as blessings to both the family and community as they are seen as source of protection in all sectors. Kenya as a country has high child birth rate and is doing all it can to ensure that the kids gets the best maternal care that is free or affordable to young mothers and fathers. Equally the government has increased their capacity in the number of child health care clinics across the country to ensure zero deaths of infants.
In today's incident a young woman in Kisii County had a bundle of joy after she gave birth to four healthy children. Speaking to the media the woman noted that during the pregnancy period the CT scan revealed that she was to deliver four kids but that was not the case. The doctors had to perform a cesarian section since she could use the minimal energy she had to perform the process.
After the process, Kenyans hit on the social media to congratulate the couple for the bundle of joy they brought to the world. Most Kenyans promised to give the little they have to help support the family during this trying times. In a rather another contrasting situation, Kisii Governor James Ongwae posted in his tweeter account congratulating the lady for the strength she had to deliver. Ongwae also thanked doctors who performed the act as he promised that the county government was not going to see the woman starve.
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