Mentally Challenged Woman Gets Help From Good Samaritan During Child Birth Delivery(Photos)
By IreAyomi28 | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 10210 views
Mentally Challenged Woman Got help From Good Samaritan During Her Child Birth Delivery (Photos).
A middle aged woman who reportedly gave her name as "Cassy Baby" is said to be mentally ill but found and rescued on the street in Cross River state with a new born baby.
Source revealed that this lady was pregnant but initially got her help from a native of Benue state with some good Samaritan who assisted her during her child birth delivery before the arrival of Government Staffs from Cross River State Primary Health Care Development.
The rescue team was led by Director General of the Health Centre, Dr Janet Ekpenyong who almost cried when she saw "Cassy baby" in her condition with a baby.
We learnt that both mother and the child were given proper health care.
The DG passed vital information to everyone in the state urging them to always inform the health authority whenever they notice anyone underlying health conditions most especially those who have bee exposed to hard drugs.
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