Five women were delivered of babies at the Kwahu Government Hospital and the Holy Family Hospital at Atibie and Nkawkaw respectively on Christmas Day.
The babies were made up of four females and a male.
Three of the deliveries, one through a Caesarean section, occurred at the Kwahu Government Hospital while the remaining two took place at the Holy Family Hospital.
Mrs Elizabeth Oware-Antwi, a Principal Midwifery Superintendent in charge of the labour ward of the Kwahu Government Hospital, disclosed these to Ghana News Agency (GNA) at Atibie.
She said the Caesarean operation was a referral case from the Kwahu Tafo Catholic Clinic and that all the babies were healthy and doing well.