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COVID-19: Stranded Nigerian Woman Who Gave Birth to Quadruplet in Dubai Cries Out For Help (Photos)

COVID-19 induced restrictions on air travel between Nigeria and Dubai has resulted in financial woes for a young Nigerian mother, whose plan to return home before the birth of her children, has failed.

Suliyat Tijani, a 29-year-old indigene of Oyo State, had relocated to Dubai years ago to be with her Chef husband, Shakiru.

This is what she said;

“When my wife told me she was pregnant, and she went for a scan, I told her she was joking,” Shakiru said to Channels Television.

“I never thought of having four babies, because there’s no money,” the new mother also said.

The couple now faced with hospital bills of over 30 million naira after she went into labour and delivered the set of quadruplets.

This was according to the News website Gistmania posted minutes ago, See screenshot Evidence of the source of the news below;

Quadruplets are much rarer than twins or triplets. there were approximately 3500 sets recorded worldwide. Quadruplet births are becoming increasingly common due to fertility treatments.

Many sets of quadruplets contain a mixture of identical and fraternal siblings, such as three identical and one fraternal, two identical and two fraternal, or two pairs of identicals.

One famous set of identical quadruplets was the Genain quadruplets, all of whom developed schizophrenia.

Quadruplets are sometimes referred to as "quads" in Britain. Quintuplets occur naturally in 1 in 55,000,000 births.

Quintuplets are sometimes referred to as "quins" in the UK and "quints" in North America.

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