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Father Of Nine Babies Speaks Up For The First Time.

Mrs Cissé's pregnancy turned into a subject of interest in Mali - in any event, when it was thought she was just conveying septuplets, Reuters news organization reports. 

Specialists in the West African country had been worried for her government assistance and the odds of the infants' endurance - so the public authority interceded. 

Following a fourteen day stay in an emergency clinic in Mali's capital, Bamako, the choice was made to move Ms Cissé to Morocco on 30 March, Dr Siby said. 

After about five weeks at the Moroccan facility, she conceived an offspring by Cesarean segment on Tuesday, the priest said. 

As indicated by Prof Alaoui, Mrs Cissé was 25 weeks pregnant when conceded and his group had figured out how to stretch out her term to 30 weeks.

Her husband, Mr Adjudant Kader Arby, is still in Mali with the couple's older daughter. But he says he has been in constant touch with his wife in Morocco and is not worried about the family's future.

"God gave us these children”, He said so.He says the family have been overwhelmed by the support they have received.

"Everybody called me! Everybody called! The Malian authorities called expressing their joy. I thank them. Even the president called me."

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