Poor Ghanaian Couple Gives Birth To Quadruplets; Begs For Help To Feed Babies In Video

Poor Ghanaian Couple Gives Birth To Quadruplets; Begs For Help To Feed Babies In Video

  • A Ghanaian couple living in Anyaa in the Greater Accra Region has given birth to quadruplets, including two girls and two boys
  • Abena Serwaa, a hairdresser, and her husband Kwesi Addie, an electrician, have no reliable source of income to cater to their babies
  • The pair recently appealed for financial assistance as they spoke about their journey to being parents to quads in an interview

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A Ghanaian couple, Abena Serwaa and Kwesi Addie of Anyaa in the Greater Accra Region has given birth to quadruplets including two girls and two boys.

The duo already has two girls, bringing their family to eight, including the mother and wife.

In an interview with Crime Check TV GH, the mother of the quads revealed that doctors initially told her to expect triplets.

Ghanaian couple and their quadruplets
Photos of a Ghanaian couple and their quadruplets. Source: Crime Check TV GH
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Abena Serwaa, however, discovered that they were four and not three during delivery.

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The woman and her husband shared their moments of shock and fear when doctors told them about the number of babies, revealing that they knew they couldn't afford to cater to their upkeep.

The pair currently live in a single room at Anyaa, where they live with all six children.

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In a similar story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a couple, Kimberly Alarcon and her husband, John Alarcon, has welcomed their third pair of twins at Westchester Medical Center in the United States of America.

The Wallkill, New York couple is already parents to eight children, including their three-year-old foster child.

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Dr Susie and her significant other Tony Troxler, 61, told WFMY News that their fertility journey to have a baby began decades ago.

Dr Susie started soon after she married her husband Tony in 2008. Speaking to WFMY News about the miracle birth of their baby girl, Dr Susie revealed that soon after they got married, they thought they'd get pregnant like most people.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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