- Three weeks ago, news of Virginia Adhiambo leaving two of her four babies at Nairobi South Hospital over an unpaid bill of N13 million greeted the internet
- Back and forth accusations between the couple and the hospital over the detained babies would become the order of the day-- even going legal
- The protracted battle has finally come to an end as the babies are now home and reunited with their two brothers who were discharged earlier
"Hello, Hillary. We finally have our remaining babies home. All thanks to God."
That was the message that announced the official end to a long wait full of anguish and mental torment.
For the first time since Virginia Adhiambo Olambo and Charles Kyalo welcomed quadruplets into their lives, they now have all of them together in their house.
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The couple's troubles began when their hospital bill ballooned to a whopping N13 million, something that saw the Nairobi South Hospital discharge Micah and Teddy but retained Jack and Malik until the bill was cleared.
When the story was run, kind-hearted people came through and contributed N5 million towards offsetting the bill, a figure that the hospital turned down despite the couple's pleas.
With the back and forth between the couple and the hospital becoming the order of the day, a lawyer offered pro bono services and instituted a lawsuit against the health facility for infringing on the rights of the two babies.
The protracted battle would soon come to a low-key end on Saturday, March 27, after Charles offered his car logbook as collateral for the pending bill.
"I gave them my logbook then we entered into an agreement regarding payment of the balance. All I wanted was to see my children together at home," he told TUKO.co.ke's Hillary Lisimba.
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The couple was, however, on the advice of their lawyer tight-lipped on the progress of the lawsuit.
Now, the four baby boys; Micah, Jack, Teddy, and Malik can enjoy parental nourishment in the comfort of their house in Kitengela.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a farmer identified as Idowu Oluwadara is seeking help from Nigerians after his wife gave birth to a set of quintuplets.
The couple who has five kids already welcomed their new babies on Thursday, March 4. Idowu and Funmilayo Oluwadara now have ten children to cater for.