A Nigerian man Mr Peter and his wife, Anastasia, who welcomed quadruplets, all boys, three years ago, after seven years of marriage, has opened up on how God gave him a good problem.
At the third birthday anniversary celebration of his quadruplets on Monday in Lagos, Ejiofor described their birth as a miracle but said that it had not been easy caring for them, NAN reports.
Ejiofor said that catering for quadruplets at the moment was challenging due to the present economic situation.
He said that adequate care for them would require much assistance.
“For seven years, we never had a child. Everyone around us knew we had waited to have our own. When we finally did, it was a miracle because they came in quadruple.
“However, it has not been rosy, there are challenges.
“It is not easy to raise even twins, but we thank God for family members and friends who have been contributing for their upkeep.
“When they were born, Lagos State Government under former Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode, through his wife, visited and gave them gifts including clothes and money,” he said.
Ejiofor said that his sisters in the United Kingdom, Pastor Amaka Ike and Mrs Ngozi Ogbonna, began to make provisions for the quadruplets when they were in the womb.
“They are still contributing for their upkeep.
Congratulations to the couple!