Government comes to aid unemployed mother who gave birth to triplets

Government comes to aid unemployed mother who gave birth to triplets

- Kedibone Muambo hails from a rural village in Limpopo and recently gave birth to triplets

- Unfortunately, Mr and Mrs Muambo are both unemployed and living in poverty with their 5 children

- Limpopo health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba learnt of their plight and recently visited the family to offer them gifts and assistance from government

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Kedibone Muambo is a young woman who recently gave birth to a healthy set of triplets.

While the babies are a blessing, Mr and Mrs Muambo find themselves in a financial predicament as they now have five children.

Hailing from Motapo village in Limpopo, the parents are both unemployed and struggling to support their family.

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News of their story filtered to the Limpopo department of Health and MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba decided to pay them a visit.

The caring MEC offered her support and shared gifts for the babies as well.

Along with the local ward councillor, Dr Ramathuba pledged to work in unison with other government departments to assist the family where they can.

News of the MEC's visit and photos of the occasion were shared via Facebook and drew a strong reaction from South Africans.

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Maite Lebogang Tlotjo wished the parents and MEC well:

"Congratulations to the parent.... MEC keep on doing great job."

Pinkie Mapaile heaped praise on Dr Ramathuba,

"Congratulations to the family. MEC May the GLORY Of GOD FOLLOW You always in JESUS NAME. Really you are working it a calling for you to lead the department of health."

Tendani Maseda praised the MEC for going above and beyond the call of duty:

"That's extra ordinary and going beyond your calling,,, highly appreciated."

However, gathered that not everyone was impressed.

Jacky Mphahlele voiced her concerns:

"There are no 14 weeks immunisations for babies at all the clinics around Polokwane. What about the health the babies she is caring. Don't play us please. And is now 4 weeks. The nurses confess thst this babies should be immunised with immediate effect or else their lives will be in danger. Please don't play us somblief man."

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