An appeal for help has gone out by a Kisii man whose wife give birth to five children at the Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital in Kenya.
The man whose name was given us Douglas Nyaoko said he had wanted to be a priest but never realizes his dream after meeting and falling in love with his wife, Sellah Nyanchera. He also noted that the refusal of his family to pay for his seminary education was another reason he had to drop the idea.
He was happy and worried at the same time after his wife, Nyanchera, a first time mother gave birth to the quintuplets just recently.
He was quoted as acknowledging that his financial woes is a major hindrance to him taking care of his family.
Continuing he said that he is currently doing menial jobs to take care of his young family as he is currently been hosted by his brother who allocated a room to him in his house.
He was therefore appealing to well wishers to come to his aid in helping him to take care of his very young family.
The couple are said to be married for two years and their babies were delivered through cesarean session. The babies are now under doctor's supervision at the hospital because they were born underweight.
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