A woman, Angela Nanga, who fled the crisis plaguing the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon, successfully gave birth to a set of quadruplets in Bafoussam West region, on Friday, May 13.
As health officials of the Bafoussam Regional Hospital revealed, the first two babies were delivered normally, while the two others came through caesarean section.
Considering the circumstances that led to the 34-year-old’s displacement from the Northwest region, it is certain that the burden on her has become heavier.
Notwithstanding, Prof. George Enow Orock, the Director of the Bafoussam Regional Hospital where the lady had her delivery, disclosed that the bills would be taken care of by the health facility.
The Governor of the West Region Awa Fonka Augustine, is also reported to have offered financial assistance to the mother and her four boys. He visited them at the hospital.
However, fully taking care of the quadruplets might entail much more. That is why Angela Nanga’s relatives have launched a call for assistance for the upkeep of the newborns, the Guardian Post Newspaper reports.
At the moment, the quadruplets are in good health and taken care of at the Bafoussam Regional Hospital.