Mother of 5 delivers triplet in Omu-Aran

A 38-year-old trader, Mrs Deborah Ogunsola, was on Friday delivered of triplets at the General Hospital, Omu-Aran, Irepodun Local Government Area of Kwara State.
The triplets, two boys and a girl, were said to have been delivered within minutes after the first baby was delivered 12:11 am through caesarean section.
The Director (Nursing Services) at the hospital, Joel Adeyemi, described the condition of the mother and the babies as clinically perfect without any complication.
“As you can observe the mother and the babies are in the normal ward and doing fine.
“Although the babies were delivered through surgery, nonetheless the babies’ weights and condition, health-wise, are perfect,” he said.
Adeyemi said the hospital had witnessed more than 10 deliveries of twins in the last one month.
The mother of the triplet, Mrs Ogunsola, who sells pepper, said she was excited and had no sleepless night over the birth of the babies, saying they were gifts from God.
“The Almighty God that gave them to me will surely provide for their upkeeps,” she said.
Father of the triplet and an electrician, Abiodun Ogunsola, on his part, said he had no regret or fear over the birth of the triplet.
He, however, said that the family would wholeheartedly welcome assistance from well-meaning individuals or group as regards the medical bill and upkeep of the babies.
“Our God is awesome and kind; I know He will surely stand by the family,” he said.
The Acting Traditional Head of Omu-Aran, Chief Festus Awoniyi, described the birth of the triplet as a positive omen for the community.
Awoniyi, who is also the Petu Tayero of Omu-Aran, also said the birth of the triplet was a sign of more good tidings coming the way of the community.
It will be recalled that the traditional ruler of the community, the Olomu of Omu-Aran, Oba Charles Ibitoye, joined his ancestors on December 1, 2017.

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