By Maureen Nakigozi
Andrew Palismwe, a Namibian Baby born on April 6 2013 with four legs is steadily recovering at the Windhoek Central Hospital in Namibia after undergoing a corrective surgery in Cape Town South Africa.
The two months Palismwe underwent a 9 months operation at Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa to remove the extra underdeveloped two legs which were below his stomach.
According to the doctors, the condition was as a result of the underdeveloped twin who failed to split from the other embryo.
Ruthy Mutanimiye, the baby’s mother said that Andrew is responding to treatment and she thanked the Namibian government who came in to support her baby’s operation she could not afford.
The money was donated from a fund that assists state patients with no access to private medical care in Namibia.