Mother of Triplets In Maryland Appeals For Help

Mother of Triplets In Maryland Appeals For Help

A mother who gave birth to triplets is appealing to the Government, humanitarian organizations and philanthropists to assist her cater to the basic needs of her children.

Ophelia Judeh, an inhabitant of Geneken, said since she gave birth at Gblebo Clinic in Grand Kru County in October 2019, no one has intervened to help her cater to her babies.
 
She is currently being hosted by her sister in the Zone Ten Community in Pleebo, seeking assistance.
 
Ophelia, aged 26, is reported to be a mother of six children, including the triplets, noting that the first three children are yet to go to school due to lack of financial support.
 
She said her first born is a single child, followed by twins in 2012, and Triplets in 2019. She and her husband are said to be local farmers residing in Geneken, Grand Kru County.
 
Ophelia lamented that she has sought assistance from several areas, including the office of Pleebo Statutory District Superintendent, Aloysius Williams, and the Pleebo Health Center to no avail.
 
She noted that Partners In Health initially promised to assist her, but are yet to do so..
 
Ophelia can be contacted on 0881-812-772.
 

 

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