Managing Director, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Bayo Onanuga, the on Friday promised that he would assist in taking care of the quadruplets of a deputy editor-in-chief of the agency.
Mr Onanuga made the promise when he visited the parents of the quadruplets, Mr and Mrs Peter Ejiofor, in the hospital in Lagos.
“I am here to rejoice with Peter Ejiofor family whom God has blessed with four kids. I wish them well. He will not be left alone in taking care of them.
“This is because it entails lots of responsibilities in raising them. I will assist him, along with other staff members,” Onanuga said.
He said that the babies “are our own”, adding that everybody would endeavour to bring them up to a certain level.
Anastasia Ejiofor, the mother of the quadruplets, said she was overwhelmed by the managing director’s visit and thanked him for coming all the way from Abuja.
NAN reports that the quadruplets – all boys – were delivered at 9.25 a.m. at Crystal Specialist Hospital, Akanwonjo, Lagos State on December 28.
Ejiofor, the head of sports desk at NAN waited for seven years until God blessed him with the children.
NAN reports that the quadruplets and the mother are in good condition.