Mother's prayer for a boy child answered with quadruplets

Khalisia had been subject to ridicule from in-laws for giving birth to girls only

Mother gives birth to quadruplets at the Kakamega county referral hospital

Alice Khalisia is in joy after she gave birth to quadruplets after relentless nudges from her relatives to give birth to a son after having three girls.

Khalisia told reporters that raising her girls has been hectic as she has been unable to get peace due to constant accusations from her in-laws who say she is unable to give birth to sons.

The mother of seven says she has been in prayers for a son so as to make her family complete as her in-laws say. Her prayers were answered with quadruplet boys.

Khalisia’s new prayer is that her sons grow healthy minus any complications. She however pleaded for help to raise the children who require special treatment to be able to grow healthy.

“I am very happy, I now have seven children three girls at home and now the boys. I don’t have a job, my husband also doesn’t have a job and our family is now big, I ask for help to be able to raise these children,” Khalisia said.

Khalisia said the newborns require special milk which she says she can’t afford to buy, calling on well-wishers to come through for her.

Khalisia and three of her babies have since been discharged but one has been left in hospital under monitoring before he is also discharged.

“We have allowed the mother and three babies to go home as monitor one who is underweight. There is no reason to worry though as the baby is improving and will soon be discharged,” said Patricia Nafuna a nurse at the Kakamega County Referral Hospital.

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