A mother of quadruplets Mrs. Comfort Isaac’s cry for help was answered when the Nigeria
Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) in Rivers Estate in collaboration with a nongovernmental organization, Susan Brown Foundation visited her and her new born babies.
The woman who prior to the deliery of her quadruplets was homeless as her batcher residence has been demolished already had three children with no tangible source of income.
Elated with the gifts presented to her new babies she hinted that she never knew she was carrying four babies, adding that all the traditional birth attendants she visited told her that she had fibroids.
She further disclosed that her husband has no work and taking care of their blessings is going to be very difficult for them.
After listening to her story, Miss Kadilo Brown, the owner of Susan’s Brown Foundation offered the mother and the new babies a temporary shelter in her facility to protect them from cold and save the lives of the remaining three especially as she had already lost one of the quadruplets to death.
Mrs. Isaac calls on Government and good spirited individuals to come to her aid to enable her buy milk for the babies to feed and survive.
On her part, Chairperson NAWOJ, Rivers State Chapter, Comrade Susan Serekara-Nwikhana encouraged her to go for family planning, adding that it is the only sure and best way to control more pregnancies.
Comrade Nwikhana stressed that the need for the family planning is to enable she and her husband, Mr. Harrison Isaac take proper care of the six children which God has given them.
While promising that NAWOJ, Rivers State would continue to assist them in her own way, also appeal to well-meaning individuals, Philanthropists in the society to assist the young couple financially through the bank details: First Bank: 3111596242. Essien Isaac Patience to enable the children feed well to survive, especially at this their tender age.Follow us on social media