Famata Garmon a woman who recently give birth to four children (quadruplet) at the government run referral hospital in Kakata City, Margibi County, is begging for aid from the Government of Liberia and other philanthropists.
The 30-years old mother told reporters that she and her infants need urgent help, including food, clothing, and medical attention.
Appearing worried after spending few days with her new kids, she noted that financial burden has increased on them, as the little proceeds generated by her fiancé from his tailoring job cannot afford the needs of the children.
Prior to the pregnancy, was involved into the sale of “moni kalama” (process cook soft rice) but discontinued because of the pregnancy thus leaving her fiancé to shoulder the responsibility of catering to their home she noted.
The quadruplets’ mother also asserted that currently they are occupying a single room and the place is congested especially with the four children on hand.
With this situation, Famata said, she needs apartment that will accommodate them but said, they cannot afford the amount (US$50 to US$100) charged per month from landlords.
Famata has at the same time revealed that she is now the mother of six children. The lady said she gave birth to twins 13-years ago but due to poverty, she dispatched the two children to her mother in Lofa County, western Liberia.
She also mentioned that the two children are not in school because of financial challenges thereby calling for support that will enable them go to school.