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Naija Woman gives birth to 6 kids in 18 months Moves to Lagos from Kano

Donations flowed freely from passersby into the coffers of a destitute with six children begging for alms at Ikeja area of Lagos State Southwest Nigeria.

The woman with her six children

The woman, Mrs. Aisha Ibrahim, 30, from Kano State, it was gathered, gave birth to quadruplets in 2008 and a set of twins in June 2010 in her village in Kano and came to Lagos to beg for alms when she and her husband could not cope with the feeding of the children.

The woman was seen on Awolowo Way, Ikeja where a crowd gathered around her and six children (three boys and three girls).

Many passersby pitied her and gave her money freely. They called on the Lagos State Government to come to her aid by providing for the children.

Speaking , Aisha said she left Kano for Lagos when the suffering became unbearable and there was nobody to run to.

She gave the age of the quadruplets as two years old while the twins are six months old.

She described her husband, Ibrahim, as a peasant farmer who cannot cope with the upkeep of the children...

Aisha was accompanied by a woman and her sister, who help to carry some of the children while she begs for alms.

She received money ranging from N10 to N500 and even more from passersby.

Aisha who stays at the Lagos Central Mosque, Lagos Island, appealed to Governor Babatunde Fashola to come to her aid by providing her accommodation and job to take care of her children.

She also appealed to Nigerians to assist her take care of her malnourished children who are living on the benevolence of the public.

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Comment by Awa John E. on January 4, 2011 at 1:11pm

Thanks be to God almighty for seeing the woman thru her delivery periods. I have an issue, or even two with this woman and her husband. First of all, why did they go for more children after they had their first set of quadruplets knowing fully well that they don't have the resources to cater for them. Secondly, is there no government in Kano state? Why migarate to Lagos state not just to seek for alms but also seeking for support from Lagos state government. I think someone should tell this woman to get something doing instead of begging for alms thereby endangering the future of this great kid of hers. May God almighty see her through this trying moments of her life.

Comment by Moses K Tawose on January 4, 2011 at 11:27am
The caption should have read that a woman gave birth to six kids in the scope of thirty months. Why? The quadruplets were two years old while the twins were six months old. In either way thanks God because they were healthy kids many couldn't say that. Who can query him how he does his thing, but the problem I has is that how did she decide that Lagos should be her port of call to seek alms. Can't the government in Kano State help her of her predicament? Now they're putting pressure on the Lagos State to help her out of her situation. It's not only on the State of Lagos alone but its citizen making an eye sores of panhandling. I thinks people are opportunist or users of those that has compassion on our situation going out of their to help.With that being said my take would be for the Lagos State government to liaise with Kano State government and work it out on how to help her out to provide for her and her kids. I do believe the government of Kano State would be reading this too and would come up with plan of assisting its citizens.
Comment by arowwdasa michael esanbo on January 4, 2011 at 9:39am
GOD is the only provider which i know he surely do
Comment by Angela Nkama on January 4, 2011 at 8:42am
wow...may God provide for her........
Comment by Ken Klinsmann on January 4, 2011 at 7:55am
Kano state government should come to their aid immediately. Why leaving her state governor to come and solicit for help from another governor far away. I know she needs help but leaving kano for lagos only to come and beg the state governor to provide job for her is uncalled for. Kano state govt could have done that easily after all they all known for giving birth to many children
Comment by Kolawole Orejimi on January 4, 2011 at 12:03am
If na me, a for no try make I ..... my wife for anothet time.
Comment by Mac donald on January 3, 2011 at 4:09pm
when dey dey born d children, dey no think about wetin go happen after? na wa oh


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