One week ago, the family of Nyaoko in kisii county welcomed Quintuplets after Nyachera delivered in kisii teaching and referral hospital. The newborns were born on 15th April and today, 25th April the family confirmed that one of the newborns died.
"ONE OF the quintuplets born at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital a week ago has died, family confirms", nation reports.
These Quintuplets were born under extra ordinary circumstances because their father, Nyaoko, who is a young gentleman had planned to be a Catholic priest but upon seeing Nyachera(his wife), he was attracted to the lady and proposed. Her acceptable ended the dream of the gentleman to become a priest.
Now the family has four children which is taking care of. Similar births have been witnessed in Western Kenya but the newborns end up dieing. Generally, if born more than two children (twins), they don't grow to maturity with the same newborns.
Ministry of health should plan for workshops to train young ladies to do when they give birth. Also, they should train ladies the importance of family planning not to give birth to many children which they cannot raise.
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