UN charity rescues displaced Nigerian mother, triplets

From EMEKA OKONKWO
ABUJA, (CAJ News) – A United Nations-registered charity has come to the rescue of a mother who recently gave birth to triplets in flood-ravaged central Nigeria.
HOPe Africa, registered in the United States, has donated an undisclosed amount of money and gifts.
The items included food and cooking condiments, baby’s food, provisions, baby/mother clothing’s, toiletries and assorted baby items among others.
Dr Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, women leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress of President Muhammadu Buhari, delivered the donations to the woman named Lember Vitalis in Markudi, the Benue State capital.
She is a victim of recent floods that displaced over 100 000 people in Benue. She gave birth to three babies in a dilapidated environment, with no medical personnel and attention at the time of delivery.
Three people died.
Aliyu offered words of advice and encouragement and reiterated that Nigerian women were with the mother and triplets in prayers.
She pledged to maintain consistent communication and monitor the development of the mother and babies.
HOPe Africa director, Francis John, wished the mother and her triplets well.
“Dr Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, women leader of the incumbent political party, with overwhelming followership, took the bull by the horn,” he said from the US.
CAJ News

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