– A Nigerian couple gave birth to triplets but life has been hellish for them due to the coronavirus pandemic
– The couple, who gave birth to one child before the triplets, are calling on well-meaning Nigerians to come to their rescue
– The husband said he lost his job as an office assistant and currently frequents sites to work as a labourer
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A Nigerian couple who recently gave birth to triplets have urged people to come to their rescue as life has been difficult for them.
Speaking with Bioreports, Emmanuel Adah said he lost his job as an office assistant during the coronavirus pandemic.
He said he was shocked when his wife revealed the scan result to him, adding that he asked her to go for another scan which also brought the same result.
The woman, who gave birth through Caesarean Section, said she does not feel bad for having triplets despite the hardship they are currently going through.
According to the couple, they are yet to clear up the hospital bills incurred during the operation.
Emmanuel said he frequents sites to engage in menial jobs so as to provide for his family.
According to Emmanuel, he and his wife planned to have one more child after the birth of their first child, but God blessed them with triplets instead.
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In other news, a Nigerian woman who has been married for 16 years without the fruit of the womb has finally been blessed with twins.
The disclosure was made on Instagram by @ms_asoebi who shared adorable photos of the mother and her double gift.
The woman’s story is one out of many inspiring stories of couples who had tried to conceive for years and finally blessed with twins, triplets and quadruplets.
Sharing the news on Instagram, @ms_asoebi wrote: “Congratulations @greengrillhouse God bless you and your twins.”
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