Earlier, it was reported on CNN that a Nigerian woman one Mrs Suliyah, 29 who lives in Dubai gave birth to a set of quadruplets.
According to her husband Mr Tijani Abdukareem, 32, they had already made plans to relocate his wife to Nigeria to give birth after finding out she is having a set of quadruplets in January. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus came and the government had to ban all commercial flights in and out of the country. Making the matter worst, the wife went into premature labour and she delivered a set of quadruplets through an emergency C-section at the Latifah Women and Children hospital in Dubai.
Abdukareem who was working as a cook and his wife as a hospital cleaner could not afford the increasing medical bills emanating from the incubator and a specialist care which their children were placed.
Luck went on their side when the crowned prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed noticed the condition of the kids and their parents and cleared their medical bills of about Dh800,000 (N85.07 million).
According to Thenational, the couple decided to name three of the kids in honour of those who offered a helping hand to them and away of showing appreciation. One of the boys was named Hamdan Alexi Tijani. A girl amongst the babies was named Latifah Marichell Tijani after the late mother of the Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid while the third baby, a boy was named Mohammed Pride Tijani in honour of Sheikh Mohammed.