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Ado Ekiti—A woman believed to be in her 30s in Iyin Ekiti, Irepodun/Ifelogun Local Government Area of Ekiti State, has given birth to a strange looking baby.

The woman, (name withheld) and a mother of two, was pregnant for 13 months and was said to have undergone several tests at various private hospitals in the state where she was assured of a set of twins.

She was said to have delivered the strange creature at the General Hospital in the town through a Cesarean Section in the hospital at about 2.15 pm last Thursday.

The birth of the fearful baby caused a stir in the hospital as medical officials were seen discussing the strange birth , while others trooped to the hospital from the town and neighbouring communities to see the “strange baby’’

Commissioner for Health in the state, Dr. Wole Olugboji, confirmed the delivery.

His words; “There was a woman who gave birth to a strange baby at General Hospital Iyin. The baby is dead but the mother is okay.”

He said the mother of the baby was still unconscious due to the sedation administered to her before the CS to ensure she did not see the creature.

The commissioner noted that the strange birth was quickly disposed off to save the parents from embarrassment.

Vanguard gathered that the woman’s husband was present in the delivery room and approved of the quick burial of the strange creature.

A source at the hospital told Vanguard that the strange ‘baby’ has two bulging eyes and few strand of hair on the forehead. The creature had no brain. Its head was open at the back and you can see mucus inside the head instead of brain. It was a strange creature that nobody seems to have seen before.”

Another source said that the creature was very tiny at birth. The delivery was abnormal as the fluid which was drained from the mother’s body was in excess. The baby must have been deformed due to the effects of some drugs or herbs. That is why we always ask pregnant women not to take any drug unless prescribed by a qualified doctor. We cannot rule it out that the deformity might have been caused by concoction. It is possible.”

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Na wa o !
Which can one be dis na God help us
Lord have mercy.........
If it can command this much attention and a picture of the baby can be taken for the media to so also can the baby be donated for a research for the future. If the family or the father of the baby was requested to give it up for the benefit of others and the future he wouldn't have hesistated. When are we going to move forward in research and development in Nigeria than glamorizing sentiments and taboos. Many on going in our community and the country in general can't be resolved due to this factors. It might be the water, the herb the mother took while pregnant or other factors that would ever remain a mystery which could either be beneficial or should be discourage because they're detriment for the environment or might need public education and enlightenment on. All this a food for thought because it's high time we challenge our mind than holding on to the old philosophy about life in general. Research and development should be encouraged and it would help us tremendously.
Well spoken Moses.
u are right
It's not a frog baby,its a condition called multiple congenital malformation or abnormality....a genetic disorder resulting from possible drugs and alcohol intake during pregnancy just to mention a few...anencephaly(no brain),microcephaly(small head),syndactyly(fused digits) are just some of the condition it presents...

thanks so much for the info

Chineke! MKT, the comment is very good information, wish we can learn from that to move forward. God help us

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