A mother of triplets has appealed for financial assistance to enable her take care of her babies.
Mrs Joyce Peter, an indigene of Delta State who resides with her husband in Port Harcourt, made the appeal, yesterday, saying things had been very difficult for her family since she had the children on July 30.
According to Joyce, her husband is an upcoming artiste still struggling to find his feet.
“They are my first children. I had them through caesarean operation, CS. The cost of taking care of them is so heavy on me and my husband. I am appealing to Nigerians to assist us.
“Things are rough with us. I have not started working, so to a large extent I don’t do anything for a living.
“My husband earns a little from his job as a musician and this can hardly help the situation. I am begging Nigerians to come to our aide. They should please help.”
A fresh graduate of English language herself, Joyce said her mother was still alive but she is a subsistence farmer in the village, adding that her father died long ago.
According to her, “we were planning for one child when three came. Thought they are gift from God but we never planned for this number. Nigerians should please come to our aide.”