- A woman gave birth to a set of triplets on Independence Day anniversary but she was sad because there was nobody to help her
- Her story was shared on social media and a Good Samaritan came to her rescue by paying her hospital bills
- The benefactor, identified as Godsent M Sadoh, also bought baby food and clothes for the new mum
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A Nigerian woman who gave birth to a set of triplets on Independence Day anniversary has received help from a Good Samaritan after her husband deserted her.
The story of the woman was shared by a Facebook user identified as Shadrack Okpomhe, who said a man named Godsent M Sadoh indicated interest to help the new mum and fulfilled his promise.
Okpomhe said the woman's hospital bill was paid and she was also provided with baby food and clothes.
He said the woman and her babies are now home, adding that the babies still need mosquito nets. Okpomhe urged Nigerians to provide the items for the newborns.
People took to the comment section of the post to congratulate the woman and thank Okpomhe and Sadoh for coming to her rescue.
Maey Ikhabomeh wrote:
"Thank you for the beautiful work you are doing, you are indeed God sent to the helpless."
Omoaka Mirabel Blessing commented:
"Congratulations! So happy for her."
"God bless sheddy and Mr Godsent M Sadoh, may God reward you abundantly."
Cynthia Omoayena Emodah wrote:
"Well done Shadrack and Mr Sadoh."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman with the Facebook name Oby Evelyn gave birth to a set of triplets after 14 years of marriage and trying to conceive.
In her Facebook post, she said her mouth was full of praise of joy, adding that nothing was as great as the moment she was in.
In more news about triplets, a woman from the US is thanking the heavens for the gift of her children after having a brush with death while carrying them. Briefly.co.za learnt that the mum, who delivered three healthy triplets, contracted Covid-19 during her third trimester and spent a better part of the period nursing the deadly virus.
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