World's Only Nonuplets Travel to Europe with Parents For Live TV Show Ahead of 3rd Birthday

World's Only Nonuplets Travel to Europe with Parents For Live TV Show Ahead of 3rd Birthday

  • Adama, Oumou, Hawa, Kadidia, Fatouma, Oumar, Elhadji, Bah and Mohammed VI gear up to travel to Italy
  • The record-breaking nonuplets will embark on their first European trip months before they turn a year older
  • They will feature in an Italian show, Lo Show Dei Record, which hosts the most popular record holders in the world who have their names registered in the Guinness Book of Records

Nine adorable siblings born simultaneously are set to make their first European trip months before their birthday.

Halima Cisse and her hubby Abdelkader Arby with their nine children showing off their amazing transformation.
The world's only nonuplets with their parents will head to Italy to appear in a televised show. Photo: les_nonuples_arby.
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They will visit Italy to appear on Lo Show Dei Record, an Italian television show showcasing individuals attempting to break various world records.

What are the names of the world's first surviving nonuplets?

Adama, Oumou, Hawa, Kadidia, Fatouma, Oumar, Elhadji, Bah and Mohammed VI, born in May 2021 through a caesarian section, continue to develop well and are healthy.

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Their mother, Halima Cissé, admitted that putting the five girls and four boys to bed was challenging for her and her husband, Abdelkader Arby.

"We cuddle them so they can sleep; they like cuddles to sleep," Halima, whose husband was in Mali when she gave birth, told Guinness World Records.

Abdelkader said he was proud when the world's first surviving nonuplets were presented with the Guinness World Records certificate.

Social media reactions

Looking at the tremendous growth of the kids, social media users could not help but gush over them.

Makanjuola Oluyemisi:

"God is a faithful God. I tap from this blessing for my babies, too, Lord. I want triplets, two boys and a girl. It's done in Jesus' mighty name."

Onyinye Emmanuela Ofosu-Okyere:

"My fellow women's sleep and getting them ready for school or events are on my mind .

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God is fantastic."

Joy Egu:

"Entourage. God is faithful. Awesome God. Glory, Glory, Glory, Hallelujah. Beautiful and blessed gift from almighty God."

Funmilayo Ogunkande:

"Awesome God at work. Lord, continue to keep them growing up well in Jesus' name. Congratulations to the family. And I tap into the grace of multiple births for my children and loved ones waiting to become Mothers in Jesus' name."

Shaïnique Bày:

"Jehovah, I have come to you today. I pray you bless this entire family and also me daddy. Jesus, with such a miracle cause, only you can do it, Jesus, I declare it in your loving Almighty name. May this kind of blessing reach my womb. I believe in you, Jehovah, and know you are working on a miracle. Father, I want to thank you in advance. Jesus. Thank you❤️❤️."

Record-breaking nonuplets celebrate second birthday

In a similar story, Malian parents counted their blessings as record-breaking nonuplets celebrated their second birthday.

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The world's first nonuplets to survive after birth celebrated their second birthday at home in Mali.

The nine siblings spent the first 19 months of their lives in Morocco for specialist care before returning to their home country.

The parents of 10 children were grateful for the gift of the nonuplets and the challenge of raising them.


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