NPP Youth in Bibiani Donates to Woman Who Birthed Quadruplets

New Patriotic Party (NPP) youth group – Movement For Justice and Equal Right (MJER) at Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai Constituency of the Western North Region led by Alhaji Ben Ali Seaman has donated to the poor farmer at Sefwi Kwao-Krom who delivered Quadruplets at the Bibiani Government Hospital.

The items presented were quantities of Yazz washing powder, detergents, diapers, milk, sugar, toilet rolls, and an undisclosed amount of money.

Alhaji Ben Ali Seaman, the coordinator said he was touched by the plight of the poor woman after hearing the news about her situation in the media.

He said, therefore, in line with the vision of the group and the NPP seeking to improve the welfare of the poor, decided to give their widows might to support her and the babies.

Mr. Ben Kumi, the organizer prayed for the hospital and the family of the women and shared his experience when his wife gave birth to twins about six (6) years ago adding that it is not easy to take care of such children especially when you are well to do.

Princess Anyimah, the mother of the quadruplets babies thanks to the group for their kind gesture.

Dr. Debora Mensah, medical officer at the hospital also commended Alhaji Ben Ali Seaman for his humanitarian drive

She clarified that the husband of the women has not run away contrary to news circulating in some media outlets, rather was struggling to mobilize resources to support his wife.

The 25-year-old woman delivered quadruplets at Bibiani Government Hospital in Western North Region through the caesarian section.

She delivered on Sunday, July 19, 2020, at about 11:00am.

The Medical Superintendent of the hospital, Dr. Kwesi Adu-Gyamfi, said the woman was referred from a private facility due to her critical condition.

The woman who is a farmer in Kwao-Krom near Sefwi Chirano in the Bibiani Anhwiaso Bekwai Municipality told the local media that, a scan conducted during her pregnancy revealed she was carrying the four babies, therefore, was aware she was going to deliver quadruplets.

However, was worried because she is a poor farmer who could not be able to take care of the children.

“When I went for a scan they told me I was carrying four babies. I was not happy because of financial challenges. I came to deliver through CS. Since I came it is the Midwives and Doctors who have been taken care of me.”

Source: Mybrytfmonline

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