NDC's Stephen Atubiga delivers his wife in his car on way to the hospital

NDC's Stephen Atubiga delivers his wife in his car on way to the hospital

A former NDC flagbearer hopeful, Stephen Atubiga, has in a Facebook post revealed that he had to multitask with delivering a wife in labour and trying to drive to the nearest hospital at dawn on Monday, May 20, 2019.

Stephen Atubiga, an outspoken and controversial National Democratic Congress (NDC) party functionary and one-time presidential hopeful, took to Facebook to reveal that he had to multitask with delivering a wife in labour and trying to drive to the nearest hospital at dawn on Monday, May 20, 2019.

Per the Fcaebook post, Atubiga decided to rush his wife to the hospital after getting home and seeing for himself her situation that had been earlier communicated to him via a call.

He however had to take a risky decision halfway to the hospital to deliver the baby who was coming out of his wife who was in the backseat while he was driving.

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Atubiga shared: "Today God helped deliver my son in my car at 4:20pm. I pray no man should go through my predicament today.

After a 12pm meeting at fiesta royal hotel, I got a call about my pregnant wife not feeling well at home.

I rushed and got home( sakomono ) at 3:48pm due to rain traffic on spintex road, and my instinct kicked in for us to go see her doctor . little did we know is was a sign of labor. her due date had passed from 16th may to new date 27th of this month.

On our way to the hospital, she was so much in pain , all I heard was her scream that the baby was coming, wow, I tried speeding while I made her to relax at the back seat .

4:20pm I saw baby coming out , I said God help us , God help us , I used my right hand to hold the baby coming out, while driving with the Left hand.

With God's help, the baby came our smoothly, I made Mum to hold baby , while I was hitting pot holes , speeding just get to the hospital quickly to make sure mum and baby were both fine.

Immediately we got to hospital, I got out quickly and screamed for Help.

The nurses run to our aid, baby and mum are doing just fin.

. I am just enjoying the praises from the doctors and nurses for helping her deliver in the car while driving."

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YEN.com.gh we wish Atubiga, his wife and the new member of heir family the best of luck.

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