Woman Abandoned By Her Husband After Giving Birth To Triplets Begs For Help – Photo

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A woman that was abandoned by her after giving birth to triplets at a hospital for six , has cried out for help.

Mrs Balikis Popoola

Mrs Balikis Popoola, who gave birth to two boys and a girl said that her had since disappeared into thin air after learning that she gave birth to triplets.

She also disclosed that life had been extremely difficult since she gave birth to the unexpected bundles joy as she had been with no stable source income to take care the babies.

Speaking at the Ogun State secretariat Nigeria Union Journalists (NUJ), Oke Ilewo, Abeokuta, the 25-year petty trader said though she never regretted having the triplets after giving birth to her first child 11 years ago, but the fact that she had nothing to take care the children usually made her sad, adding that she feared for the future the babies.

”I had the babies through ceaserian operation at a hospital at Olorunsogo, Abeokuta. Our bills was N300,000 and as soon as my , Mr Samson Popoola, a cassava flour miller at Lafenwa market heard about this, he pretended as if he was going to look for the but since then he has been nowhere to be found while his phone has been switched off”, she narrated.

Balikis revealed that as part of effort to pay up this debt, she had been going about some churches Abeokuta to beg for .

She disclosed further that the Director of the hospital where she gave birth to the children on humanitarian ground wrote off the debt since she couldn’t pay up the balance, but that her major worry remained having a stable source of income to take care of the children.

Balikis said her petty trading business had collapsed the heavy weight of the financial demand needed to take care of the kids, stressing that the triplets had survived till date on the benevolence of relatives and people around her.

She said “all I am asking from our and all Nigerians is help such that I can have a steady source of income to take care of the triplet and their elder brother, Daniel whose Dad is late.

“I won’t also mind if I can get for them. I really want to do my best to ensure that they are educated and become great people the future since I didn’t go to school”.

Balikis also revealed that she had paid several visits to Yinka Ayefele’s radio station Abeokuta since the birth of the children trying to help, but that his workers did not allow her access to the musician, adding, “they keep telling me he is not around even when I see him going in to the radio station.”