Woman Gives Birth in a Public Bus; Emotional Video Goes Viral

Woman Gives Birth in a Public Bus; Emotional Video Goes Viral

- A woman has put to bed in an unusual manner and place

- The woman, in a new video, gave birth on a bus in Lagos

- The crowd on scene jumped for joy as they celebrated the new mother

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There was huge confusion at first then a rapturous celebration as a woman delivered a baby in a Lagos bus.

In a video shared on Twitter by Gistreel, there was a large crowd gathered around the bus where the delivery took place.

Nigerian Woman Gives Birth in a Public Bus in Lagos, Social Media Reacts as the Video Emerges
Nigerians celebrate woman as she puts to bed in a bus Photo Credit: Screen grabs from video shared by @GistReel
Source: UGC

An unidentified lady suspected to be a medical practitioner first carried the baby into a waiting medical bus of sort.

She is then followed by the mother of the newborn with security personnel on ground to prevent the excited crowd from interacting with the lady.

The jubilating crowd could be heard congratulating the unidentified new mum as she is escorted into the waiting bus.

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Nigerians have expressed mixed reactions to the development.

@fizzyroise19 said:

"Has the placenta been removed? Congratulations to her."

@cleophas2021 commented:


@sunmisolasandra wrote:


Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a 25-year-old woman had given birth to nine babies at once.

According to a statement by the Ministry of Health in the West African country, the woman identified as Halima Cisse was expected to give birth to seven babies, but an ultrasound did not detect two more babies in her womb.

The ministry disclosed Cisse gave birth to five girls and four boys through the caesarean section.

Halima had been under the watchful eyes of doctors in Bamako for two weeks but was transferred to Morocco for specialised care under the orders of interim President Bah Ndaw.

Mali Health Minister Fanta Siby said the proud mother and her children were doing well and would return home in several weeks' time.

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Netizens were amazed by the news, and most termed it a blessing in 'fertile' Africa.

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