The Director ABN TV, Mr Ifeanyi Okali on Tuesday visited a final year student of Micheal Okpara University Of Agriculture MOUAU, Oluomachi Lynda Nwojo who gave birth to Quintuplets, a set of five babies at Federal Medical Center Umuahia Abia State.
He had gone to identify with the family at their happy moment and exchange handshake with the new babies.
At the visit, he also also identified with other nursing mothers at the facility, including two ladies who gave birth to twins within last week and yesterday.
Those he visited include, Mrs Mercy Benjamin from Ihite Uboma Imo state who gave birth to twin baby boys and Mrs Nnenne Orieji from Uturu Abia state who gave birth to twin baby girls.
Oluomachi, a 24-year-old native of Amamba Abriba in ohafia LGA Abia State gave birth to 3 girls and 2 boys. Both mother and babies are in good health condition.
Mr. Okali was accompanied by his team of staff to the visit.
Okali, On his official Facebook page shared;
“Today, I visited 24-year-old final year student of Micheal Okpara University Of Agriculture, MOUAU, Oluomachi Lynda Nwojo who gave birth to quintuplets and two other women that gave birth to twins respectively between last week and yesterday.
“They are, Mrs Mercy Benjamin from Ihite Uboma in Imo state who gave birth to 2 boys and Mrs Nnenne Orieji from Uturu in Abia state who gave birth to 2 girls at Federal Medical Center Umuahia Abia State.
“I made some cash donations to support the families.
“HEAR ME; God is God and not a man, He is the all and all, when He says yes is yes, No is No, He is supernatural, He is Alpha and Omega, the author and finisher of our faith, He’s the 🦁 Lion of tribe of Judea, He’s the miracle always working God, Ikuku ama nonya, Eze Ndi Eze, Odogwu Na’Aha.
“On behalf of my family, I say this gift of quintuplets, twin babies are testimonies of answered prayers and I pray to God to extend the same blessings to every couple desiring the fruits of the womb.
✅I tap the blessing🙏” he wrote.
A nurse on duty told ABN TV that the female babies came first, and that Oluomachi is the first to give birth to quintuplets in the facility in a long time.
Oluomachi’s mother, Mrs Priscilla Nwojo while expressing gratitude to God for the safe delivery said the babies and their mother are in sound health condition.
She therefore appealed for assistance of well-meaning Nigerians to support in nursing the babies.
She called on wife of Abia State Governor, Mrs. Okezie Ikpeazu to come to the aid of the family.