Another woman gives birth at Lagos IDP camp, Igando

The Lagos State Emergency Management Authority has revealed that a woman has been delivered of a baby boy at the Igando Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Lagos.

The agency said 28-year-old Titilayo Sulaimon, a victim of the Abule Ado-Soba pipeline explosion was delivered of her baby on Thursday night.

Tribune Online recalls that a few days ago, 26-year-old Promise Madubike, delivered her baby.

The agency made this known in a statement published on its official Instagram account on Saturday.

The statement reads: “LASEMA’s Igando Internally Displaced Persons, IDP, Camp was the scene of jubilation again as another pregnant woman successfully gave birth to a baby boy prior to Democracy Day Celebrations.

“This time around, 28-year-old Ms Titilayo Sulaimon who is also making healthy progress with her child was delivered of the baby boy through Caesarean Section around 11 p.m on night of Thursday 11th June 2020 at the Alimosho General Hospital.

“Titilayo is one of the internally-displaced persons, IDPs, victim of the Abule Ado-Soba pipeline explosion that occurred March 15th, 2020 in Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Area of Lagos State along the Lagos-Badagry Expressway.

“The live delivery elicited yet another round of jubilation and appreciation from residents of the Igando Relief Camp at the sustained efforts of the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu led administration through LASEMA to ensure their wellbeing.

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“The State Government through LASEMA, has again taken charge of care for the yet to be discharged mother and child from the Alimosho General Hospital, all medical expenses, welfare, basic needs, up to return to LASEMA’s Igando relief camp and reintegration into the society.

“DG/CEO LASEMA, Dr. Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, who confirmed the birth, said the mother, who presented at the camp’s clinic on the night of Thursday, 11th June, was promptly attended, and subsequently taken to the Alimosho General Hospital, where she was eventually delivered of a baby boy that night.

“Pursuant to Mr Governor’s, Mr Babajide Olusola Sanwoolu’s commitment to the displaced persons of Abule Soba, all medical costs are being underwritten by the Agency.

“We wish the Sulaimon family hearty congratulations and also appreciate Mr Governor and Honorable Commissioner, Ministry of Special Duties & IGR, Engineer Bamgbose-Martins for the support and care,” the statement read.

 

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LASEMA Celebrates Yet Another Baby in Igando IDP Camp LASEMA’s Igando Internally Displaced Persons, IDP, Camp was the scene of jubilation again as another pregnant woman successfully gave birth to a baby boy prior to Democracy Day Celebrations. This time round, 28 year old Ms. Titilayo Sulaimon who is also making healthy progress with her child, was delivered of the baby boy through Caesarean Section around 11p.m on night of Thursday 11th June, 2020 at the Alimosho General hospital. Titilayo is one of the internally-displaced persons, IDPs, victim of the Abule Ado-Soba pipeline explosion that occurred March 15th, 2020 in Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Area of Lagos State along the Lagos-Badagry Expressway. The live delivery elicited yet another round of jubilation and appreciation from residents of the Igando Relief Camp at the sustained efforts of the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu led administration through LASEMA to ensure their wellbeing. The State Government through LASEMA, has again taken charge of care for the yet to be discharged mother and child from the Alimosho General Hospital, all medical expenses, welfare, basic needs, up to return to LASEMA’s Igando relief camp and reintegration into the society. DG/CEO LASEMA, Dr. Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, who confirmed the birth, said the mother, who presented at the camp’s clinic on the night of Thursday, 11th June, was promptly attended, and subsequently taken to the Alimosho General Hospital, where she was eventually delivered of a baby boy that night. Pursuant to Mr Governor’s, Mr Babajide Olusola Sanwoolu’s commitment to the displaced persons of Abule Soba, all medical costs are being underwritten by the Agency. We wish the Sulaimon family hearty congratulations and also appreciate Mr Governor and Honorable Commissioner, Ministry of Special Duties & IGR, Engineer Bamgbose-Martins for the support and care. Dr. Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu DG/CEO LASEMA

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