It is a beautiful thing and every woman's wish to sire her own children. Many people yearn for such moments in their lives but to no vain. Today it is a good news for a first time mother in kissi county who has successfully delivered five babies at kissi Teaching and Referral Hospital.
The woman now a mother gave birth to four glamorous girls and a baby boy via a caesarian mode of delivery, which was a success as termed by the doctors. The mother can have a sigh of relief as she recuperate from the mix reactions she is currently having. From the reports, the little baby boy and his siblings are still cared for in incubator but very stable.
Douglas Nyaoko, now the father, new that they ( his wife and him) were going to have four babies. This is due to the an ultrasound they performed before during an antenatal clinics.
A mixture of joy and shock came into place when it turned out that they are parents of five rather than four as indicated during ultrasound. With no permanent employment status, Douglas is "crying" for help from volunteers.
The babies are blessing to every parent. As for Nyaoko's case, he has no job in the first place,raising the babies alone will be a problem. He is therefore appealing for any well wishers to step in and aid them raise their lovely angels successfully.
Kindly congratulate Douglas and his family for siring and bringing joy in the world. Kenyans are happy for him.
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