Halima Cisse, 25, from Mali, caught the attention of the West African nation when she delivered her nine babies by Caesarean section on Tuesday.
Doctors originally believed she would give birth to seven babies after an ultrasound.
She was flown to Morocco for specialist care in March and it was there that she gave birth.
Mali’s Health Minister Fanta Siby said: “The newborns (five girls and four boys) and the mother are all doing well. “
Doctors missed two of Ms Cisse’s children during the ultrasounds.
Nonuplets are extremely rare, and the medical complications associated with multiple births often mean that some babies do not reach full term.
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Ms. Cissé spent two weeks at Point G hospital in the Malian capital of Bamako before being transferred to Morocco after the intervention of the Malian president of the transition Bah N’Daw.
She was admitted to the Moroccan clinic on March 20 and finally gave birth on Tuesday.
It comes after a woman who didn’t know she was pregnant gave birth on a plane.
It was not the kind of arrival Lavinia Mounga expected as she flew from Salt Lake City in the United States to Honolulu.
She was traveling to Hawaii with her family last week when she started having contractions.
“Overwhelmed in the best possible way,” she tweeted on Saturday after the in-flight delivery that followed went viral.
Another passenger shared footage of the heart-warming moment the entire cabin applauded after a stunned Lavinia gave birth in mid-flight.