Woman seeks help to pay delivery bills of quadruplet, to ensure their survival

Woman seeks help to pay delivery bills of quadruplet, to ensure their survival 1

Oluwatoyin Adeyemi, a resident of No 8, Unity Crescent, Liverpool Estate, Ijegun Waterside Satellite Town in Lagos, is seeking for help to pay delivery bills of her new born babies.

She had been looking forward with joy that she would be a mother and life would be complete but as the pregnancy advanced, this joy was shadowed with the worry of how she, a small scale business woman with a husband that is managing to swim the financial water with his clearing and forwarding business, survive the arrival of more than a child at once.

They tried to do the needful in preparation but this was not to be as their efforts didn’t give the expected result and their finances couldn’t cope with the challenge. “We have been trying to make ends meet but due to situation of the country, it’s a bit difficult,” she told Nigerian Tribune, adding that she never dreamt of having children she would be unable to cater for financially.

She explained that in spite of the surprise of having four babies at once and the accompanying frenzy, they began to look for ways that will aid smooth delivery and ensure they didn’t go through enormous financial strain when the babies were delivered.

This however was not the case as their best laid plans didn’t work out and with the arrival of the babies; three boys and a girl on July 26 at the Outreach Hospitals in Festac, Lagos, the future is looking bleak; it has dawned on her and her husband that they may not even be able to leave the hospital having incurred a heavy bill and the babies are still in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.

She explained that in spite of the surprise of having four babies at once and the accompanying frenzy, they began to look for ways that will aid smooth delivery and ensure they didn’t go through enormous financial strain when the babies were delivered.

This however was not the case as their best laid plans didn’t work out and with the arrival of the babies; three boys and a girl on July 26 at the Outreach Hospitals in Festac, Lagos, the future is looking bleak; it has dawned on her and her husband that they may not even be able to leave the hospital having incurred a heavy bill and the babies are still in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of the hospital.

“My appeal is that people should find it in their hearts to assist me with these children not because I am entitled to it. I am only appealing for help. I resorted to this because we have tried all other options available to us,” the mother of the quadruplets said.

The survival of the four babies depends on the efforts of well meaning and kind hearted people.

For enquiries and assistance; Oluwatoyin can be reached on her mobile number 08063848004.

Source: Tribune

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