Oluomachi Nwoye, 24, a final-year Forestry student at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture (MOUAU), Abia State, gave birth to five children on Monday night—two boys and three girls. My first child was born. It’s important to note that she gave birth naturally, which is not advised owing to the increased risk of birth difficulties and baby mortality, but she claimed that she felt delighted and that it was the best present.
The senior’s mother, Priscilla Nwojo, who is busy taking care of the children, said she was delighted with the gift of her five daughters. Not only has one grandchild, but now she has five grandchildren at a time. Happiness is multiplied many times over. Along with that will also be difficult difficulties ahead. One baby is already busy, but here are five babies at a time. However, she notes that such rare blessings often come with special challenges.
Because “taking care of one infant is not simple, let alone five in the current situation in Nigeria,” Ms. Nwojo urged the government and charitable organizations to work together to assist the family. It is thought that the moms and grandmothers of the babies won’t be able to care for them properly without assistance from the government and the populace. so that kids can grow as fully as they possibly can.
The mother of six claims that Oluomachi, one of her six children, is actually a pair of twins. “I give God praise for this unique gift. I am an investor. My husband is a seamstress, and I own a pap company. If the government could assist us, we would be really grateful because taking care of of one baby has not been easy, let alone five. But we thank God in everything.”