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After being taken care of in a hospital in Bamako, a woman pregnant with septuplets was to, with the help of the government, leave Bamako this Saturday, March 27 for a medical evacuation in Morocco, but at the last moment, she no longer embarked. </p><div> <p><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><em>With our correspondent in Bamako,</em> <strong>Serge Daniel</strong></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span>
The Malian Minister of Health and Social Development, Doctor Fanta Siby was herself at the airport to organize the departure of the young woman pregnant with septuplets. A Malian doctor was even to accompany him. All the arrangements were made.
But at the last moment, the departure was postponed. According to our information, a technical problem arose at the level of the airline which was to provide the transport.
In Bamako, we remain mobilized for the departure to Morocco of the young pregnant woman. The President of the Republic Bah N’Daw himself put his hand in his pocket and ordered his government to ensure better monitoring of this pregnancy which, according to the official press release, ” out of the ordinary ».
Within the population also a surge of solidarity. And on social networks, a lot of comments. Everyone wants everything to go normally and that future mothers and children are doing well.
A relative of the several weeks pregnant woman remembers that when the first ultrasound was done, some in the family did not believe it. And the medical staff widened their eyes. But it’s still seven fetus that the mother is wearing, who is doing quite well. Little is known about his private life for the moment.
Before considering her evacuation outside, the young girl, originally from Timbuktu, spent two weeks in a hospital in the capital. She will return there before the organization of her next departure.
Source site www.rfi.fr