Ambode provides succour for abandoned mother of triple twin


The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Friday directed his Deputy, Dr. Oluranti Adebule, to effect the immediate rehabilitation and provision of welfare assistance to Ruth Uche, the mother of three set of twins whose husband absconded from their home in Agege, Lagos.

This was contained in a statement signed by Ambode’s Chief Press Secretary, Habib Aruna.

Governor Ambode’s directive followed newspaper publications, which narrated the ordeal of the woman, who spoke with reporters during her distress visit to the Government Secretariat, Alausa on Thursday.

The Governor who was visibly touched after reading the plight of the woman and her children, noted that as a responsible government, the well-being of the people of the state, irrespective of their ethnic, religious or political affiliation, is paramount to his administration.

He promised that his government will continue to provide good leadership that will guarantee adequate protection of lives and properties of all Lagosians.

The woman’s husband, Benjamin Uche, was alleged to have absconded from home as a result of the expected birth of another set of twins from his wife, making it the third in a row.

While acknowledging the present economic situation in the country, the Governor noted that it is not proper for anyone to abandon his family, especially young children that they willingly brought to life, admonishing that it is only when such children are properly taken care of that they can achieve their full potentials in life and become responsible citizens in the future.

Source: The eagle eye


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