• News
    • Funny
    • Weird
    • Global
  • Entertainment
  • Celebrities
  • Sins
  • Interesting As Fuck
  • WTF

World-record Breaking Nonuplets Return From Morocco To Mali


World-record breaking nonuplets return from Morocco to Mali. The newborns broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of live births.

Halima Cissé, who is now 27 years old, was sent to Morocco to get specialized care before she gives birth in May 2021. Now, world-record breaking nonuplets return from Morocco to Mali. They had been residing in Casablanca with medical assistance before their homecoming.

The kids, who were born by Caesarean surgery at 30 weeks, included five girls and four boys, according to Malian officials from the previous year.

According to Prof. Youssef Alaoui, medical director of the facility where they were born, the girls, named Kadidia, Fatouma, Hawa, Adama, and Oumou, and the boys, named Mohammed VI, Oumar, Elhadji, and Bah.

Given that they were born prematurely and spent the first few months of their life in the hospital, there was a chance that they could have experienced health issues.

The Ain Borja clinic provided them with round-the-clock treatment when they were relocated to an apartment.

Their father Abdelkader Arby stated earlier this year on the occasion of each child's first birthday that they each have a distinct personality.

They all have different characters. Some are quiet, while other make more noise and cry a lot. Some want to be picked up all the time. They are all very different, which is entirely normal.- Abdelkader Arby

Mr. Arby added that people in Mali were "extremely eager to meet the babies with their own eyes" because they had gained fame there.

World-famous Malian Nonuplets

May 4, 2022, marks the first birthday of the renowned Mali nonuplets. The nine infants were delivered on May 4, 2021, and they now hold the Guinness World Records record for the greatest number of live births.

The previous record was eight children born to "Octomom" Nadya Suleman (USA) in 2009. Their father, Abdelkader Arby, that they are all currently crawling. Some people can walk if they grasp onto something and are sitting up.

Abdelkader is pleased to see "all the newborns in wonderful health," despite the fact that he acknowledges "it's not easy."

They were each between 500 g and 1 kilogram in weight (1.1 and 2.2 lb). When Mrs. Cissé went to the Ain Borja Clinic in Morocco for specialized care, two more babies were found. Before she went there, doctors in Mali thought she was carrying seven babies.

Mali mother who gave birth to nonuplets calls them 'gift from God'

Dr. Fanta Siby, Mali's minister of health, stated shortly after the birth that "the newborns and the mother are all doing well."

The babies were put in incubators right away to make sure they would live, and Khalil Msaif, a pediatric neonatologist at the clinic, took care of them for a few months.


World-record breaking nonuplets return from Morocco to Mali. These nine infants were born simultaneously and are the only nonuplets in history.

Nonuplets are very rare. Before the Cissé children, no one had ever heard of a single birth of nine children lasting more than a few hours.

Share: Twitter| Facebook| Linkedin

About The Authors

Morgan Maverick

Morgan Maverick- Morgan Maverick is an unorthodox news reporter driven by an insatiable hunger for the truth. Fearless and unconventional, he uncovers hidden narratives that lie beneath the surface, transforming each news piece into a masterpiece of gritty authenticity. With a dedication that goes beyond the boundaries of conventional journalism, Morgan fearlessly explores the fringes of society, giving voice to the marginalized and shedding light on the darkest corners. His raw and unfiltered reporting style challenges established norms, capturing the essence of humanity in its rawest form. Morgan Maverick stands as a beacon of truth, fearlessly pushing boundaries and inspiring others to question, dig deeper, and recognize the transformative power of journalism.

Recent Articles

No articles found.