The University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan on Wednesday took delivery of triplets of the first In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)  carried out in the hospital.

This is contained in a statement made available to journalists by the UCH spokesperson, Toye Akinrinlola.

He said  that the  procedure for the delivery started at about 1.00 p.m. and lasted 46minutes.

“The mother and the babies, all females, are in good condition. The babies weighed 1.4kg, 2.5kg and 2.4kg respectively.

“The elated father, Dr Kehinde Osiki of the Department of History and Strategic Studies at the University of Lagos, was on ground to witness the safe delivery of the babies.

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“Osiki could not hide his joy at the arrival of the babies,” the spokesman said.

He was quoted as saying that “technology has brought relief to problems often attributed to spirituality.

He advised the public that instead of carrying the burden of superstition, they should rather seek scientific solutions to their problems.




The University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan on Wednesday took delivery of triplets of the first In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)  carried out in the hospital.

This is contained in a statement made available to journalists by the UCH spokesperson, Toye Akinrinlola.

He said  that the  procedure for the delivery started at about 1.00 p.m. and lasted 46minutes.

“The mother and the babies, all females, are in good condition. The babies weighed 1.4kg, 2.5kg and 2.4kg respectively.

“The elated father, Dr Kehinde Osiki of the Department of History and Strategic Studies at the University of Lagos, was on ground to witness the safe delivery of the babies.

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“Osiki could not hide his joy at the arrival of the babies,” the spokesman said.

He was quoted as saying that “technology has brought relief to problems often attributed to spirituality.

He advised the public that instead of carrying the burden of superstition, they should rather seek scientific solutions to their problems.





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