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Sunday, November 13, 2016

Bank Staff Gives Birth In Aba Market

A female staff of one of the commercial banks in Aba, Abia State, simply identified as Mrs. Onyenweife, has been delivered of a baby girl at the popular Cemetery Market in the city. 


Sunday Vanguard gathered that Onyenweife came to the market to make purchases when the baby’s head suddenly started coming out. She screamed for help and was later taken into a yet to be completed plaza where she was safely delivered of her baby. 

Speaking at his residence, her husband, Mr. Dominic Onyenweife, said his wife, whose delivery date was due, according to the doctor’s report, was going to her bank’s branch at Eziukwu road, where she works, to take permission from her bosses ahead of her child’s delivery. “I thank God that the mother and the child are alive. I asked that the mother and the baby to be taken to any hospital for proper medical examination, but the nurses who were later called in certified her fit after administering some injections. I am going to take the full responsibility of training her to the university level and will also name this plaza after this baby,” Amadike said, at Onyenwife’s residence. 

Speaking on the incident, some traders at the Cemetery Market, including Chief Cletus Obi, who witnessed the incident, said it was the first time such a thing would happen in the market.

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    1. ThankGod for safe delivery
      Cemetery Market shaa
      I hope they've cleared all those refuse.

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    2. Cemetery market Aba... thank God for safe delivery

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  2. When oluwa is involved in a matter, its always easy peasy

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  3. Why did she have to go and take permission? Couldn't she make a call?

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    1. And why didn't she apply for her maternity leave even up till her due date, that was rather careless of her. Not safe at all

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    2. You want to go on maternity leave or something and you think a call would suffice?
      Biko GOH.

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    3. Stranger,going to the office for permission at that time was a wrong move. She had 9months to request her leave. Dont u think the office will understand that the baby already came.

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  4. Why does everything bank make the headline? Bank staff this bank staff that!.people's workplace should be left out of their stories abeg.

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  5. Aww this is sweet, Cemetery Abia provision cosmetic na ogwu both fake and original, you just have to be smart to know the difference, if not ha ekuru gi dia

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    1. I dey tells you.
      Ima ife a na aru dia.

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  6. This baby just make the mum gave market boys free movie but at the same time save money for the dad no more paying of hospital bills again

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  7. Am I the only one who doesn't understand this? Why would her husband say He is taking the responsibility of training her? Abi na me wan train her before?? Nsogbu dikwa!!

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    1. Your blood sugar level could be low. I refuse to believe you're dense when you no be James/moneymaker/pissmaker. Go find something chop then read again. Hava great day bro.

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    2. Your blood sugar level could be low. I refuse to believe you're dense when you no be James/moneymaker/pissmaker. Go find something chop then read again. Hava great day bro.

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    3. Elastic you are not the only one o, I was as confused as you were, guess they meant the owner of the Plaza and not the husband.

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  8. Cheaper for her in this recession!Even federal medical centers and not helping matter at all.Drugs,ante natal consultation bill,scan and even bed space expensive.Madam bank marketer,congrats jare.

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  9. Thank God for safe delivery.
    Stella wetin kon be "what"???

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  10. Nawaoo she should have put a call to the office. Thank God both are safe

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  11. #Everything that you are going through is preparing you for what you asked for. Trust it*

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  12. That was so nice, thank God mother and baby are fine.

    Why did she wait that long before going to her boss to take birth leave? That has a beautiful childbirth story to tell in the future.

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    1. For private sector most pregnant women delay going off work for maternity so they can maximize the period.

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  13. Thanks God for her and the baby, I shall deliver safely in Jesus name Amen

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  14. Thank God for safe delivery

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  15. Wow!!
    Blessed baby!
    Being named after a plaza and scholarship sef.
    Thank God for His Grace.

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    1. Plaza named after the child not child named after plaza

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  16. Tank God for safe delivery + baby brought blessings to her family.

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  17. This report is kinda confusing. Who is Amadike? The writer sprung that name on us with no explanation whatsoever

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