The Minister of Health told AFP that the Malian mother and her children, five girls and four boys, who were born in Morocco in May 2021, arrived in Bamako on Tuesday in good health.
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“The joy and satisfaction of seeing them in good health. The children and the mother are in good condition and they arrived safely in Mali. The country has fulfilled its obligations, thank God,” Minister Diminato Sangare said in a message sent to Agence France-Presse.
She had announced their arrival in Bamako a little earlier on her Facebook page with pictures of the nine children, including one she was holding in her arms, as well as pictures of the parents.
Halima Cisse, a young woman from Timbuktu (North), gave birth in May 2021 to five girls and four boys after they were transferred at the end of March 2021 from Bamako to Casablanca, to follow up more adapted to the dangers of this polygamy. Pregnancy.
Specialists were concerned about his health and the chances of survival of the fetuses, who were all born healthy and were followed up until then in Morocco.
“It is a first, a source of pride for all. Thanks and appreciation for the place of the Morocco team, ”emphasized Ms. Sangaré.
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