The Moroccan nonuplets born will go finally to Mali

Afaf Fahchouch
Afaf Fahchouch
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The nine sisters and brothers who are one and a half years old, and born in a Moroccan clinic on May 4, 2021, will finally go to Mali. 

The birth was extraordinary, nine children from a single pregnancy born prematurely by caesarean section, whose survival was made possible by the mobilization of several Malian doctors, the Malian authorities and the medical team at the Ain Bourja clinic in Casablanca.

the nonuplets have been accompanied by a team of nurses and doctors since their release from the clinic, They lived for a year in a convalescent home with their mother, Their father was going back and forth, while their first daughter Soda remained in Timbuktu.

The take-off is scheduled for Today, Monday, in the evening,  A government delegation came from Mali to organize everything because it will take nine pairs of knees and arms to carry these nine children during the flight.

The nonuplets and their parents received the team and a certificate from the Guinness Book of Records on Friday in Casablanca.

Afaf Al Fahchouch

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