- A mother from Kakamega received her sign of vindication after she delivered four cute boys at Kakamega County Referral Hospital
- Alice Khasiala was a victim of rejection and contempt from her family as she did not have a male child
- She said God had heard her prayers and silenced her critics as He blessed her with a grand blessing
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Giving birth to four boys was a relief for a Kakamega mother who had gone through a tumultuous time.
She said she delivered her deliverers, having faced contempt and being sidelined for lack of giving birth to boys.
Mother of four alienated by family
Alice Khasiala silenced her naysayers when God answered her prayers and blessed her with a quadruple of cute sons.
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"I faced rejection from both sides of my family because I did not have a male child. They called me names and alienated themselves from me. I was so shamed and hurt," Khasiala disclosed to YEN.com.gh as she remembered her dark days.
Before giving birth to four boys at Kakamega County Referral through C-section, Khasiala and her husband were parents to three little girls aged 12, 11, and 8.
Mum of four called cursed
She shared her daughters were not entirely welcome and accepted by her family as they cherished boys more.
"They would stay in groups and discuss my shortcomings, including gossiping about my daughters.
''They even said I was cursed for failing to give my supportive husband and them, at least a boy," she added.
Kakamega woman marriage
Khasiala noted that at a point, she feared for her marriage as some encouraged her hubby to leave her.
"My marriage was almost breaking up because of so much pressure from my in-laws but my husband held on," she said.
Family celebrates with Kakamega mother
When Khasiala welcomed her four bundles of joy, she says her relatives' attitude changed as they celebrated with her.
"They called many people broadcasting my story. They even came to the hospital to see my young ones.
The relatives wanted to go back home with them, but it was impossible because they needed to breastfeed," Khasiala, now a mum of seven mentioned.
Ghanaian Woman Becomes First-Time Mother after Welcoming Quadruplets at 46
In another story published by YEN.com.gh, a 46-year-old Ghanaian woman, Juana Antwi, has become a first-time mother after delivering adorable quadruplets that include two boys and two girls.
Juana and her husband Peter Afriyie Kwarteng, a 66-year-old-old pensioner turned farmer, welcomed the four babies in 2021 at Offinso Asamankama in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
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Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Juana revealed that her first child died before labour some 10 years ago and had since dreamed of becoming a parent.
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