- A Kenyan couple, Rama Oluoch and Shiko Nguru, has released a video of a childbirth process at home
- According to them, they decided to deliver the baby at home because the midwife delayed in reaching their home
- Their video was watched by over 200,000 viewers and some have shared their opinions about the video
YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video in which a Kenyan couple, Rama Oluoch and Shiko Nguru, delivered a baby in their home.
Rama revealed that he realized the midwife would not make it in time and therefore took the initiative to help his wife.
He added that he calmed himself and decided he would do his best as a midwife for 15 minutes if that is what it takes.
According to him, they are fully aware of the health risks involved in their act but had to do it because they had limited options as the labour process progressed very fast.
Nguru, per a report by BBC News Africa, added that she could feel the baby coming out and realized the midwife would not make it in time.
She went ahead to say they studied hypno-birthing, which is a process to relax and eliminate fear.
Water birth, she noted, is better than non-water birth and is a good way to manage pain and there is a feeling of release when the baby finally comes out.
YEN.com.gh understands that over 200,000 people watched the video and some of them shared their opinions online:
Leonard congratulated them and added it is good to see people happy.
James however advised couples not to try this at home.
Nzumbi added it was risky to do this without professionals.
Kalifa also wrote they deserve all the happiness the baby will bring.
To Obinna, they were lucky there was no complication.
Frankel also wrote their children are so lucky.
In other news, Sherrexcia “Rexy” Rolle, who is the vice president of operations and the general counsel for Western Air, is regarded as the youngest Black woman to occupy such an office.
Bauce Magazine reports that Western Air, where she works, has a net worth of more than 90 million dollars.
Rolle disclosed there is a very efficient government airline in the Bahamas but some target areas were ignored.
Western Air therefore came in to focus on trips to such places and subsequently convinced investors to jump on board.
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