Man condemns those who attended his 6-month-old baby’s burial but did not show up after the child’s birth
A Nigerian man has taken to social media to complain about the penchant Nigerians have for being more interested in tragic events that blissful ones.
The father known as Oláyinka Owólewa said that when his baby was born, the number of family and friends that either calld or visited him were few.
However, when the child sadly six months later those that showed up for the burial were much more than the earlier number.
Olayinka expressed disappointment in this character flaw which he believes many Nigerians possess.
He shared the story on Twitter while reacting to another similar tweet by @Omojuwa which read; “Banky W appears to have gotten more support since he lost the election than he did when he was running.”
Olayinka quoted the post and wrote; “That is what Nigerians do to you. Some 2yrs ago, when me and my wife had a new baby, the people that called me or visited me when the baby died after 6 months were much more than those that congratulated me when the baby arrived.”
In other news, a 10-year-old African American girl turned to a non-certified midwife of sorts when her mom went into labour at home.
The brave child helped her pregnant mum to deliver a baby girl with a little external assistance from professionals. Her action helped save her mother’s life during the critical period of childbirth.
It was reported that he mother, Viola Fair, 30, went into labour at home on October 22, and it was apparently three weeks before her due date.
Due to the woman being in excruciating pain and there not being enough time to take her to the hospital, she asked her daughter to call 911.
She did as instructed and spoke with a dispatcher. ”Hi, I think my mom is in labour,” the girl said.
However, she could not wait till the paramedics, who were on their way, arrived so she had to follow all the instructions from the dispatcher and relayed them to her mother to enable her give birth.
The call lasted nearly 11 minutes within which she helped her mom deliver her baby sister safely at home.
The paramedics arrived at their residence moments later and took the mother and her two daughters to the hospital.