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Childless For Seven Years, Nigerian Woman Gives Birth To A Baby 5 Months After Giving Birth To Twins In Lagos (Photo)

Posted by Thandiubani on Tue 06th Oct, 2020 - tori.ng

A Nigerian woman has shocked doctors and social media users by giving birth to a baby five months after giving birth to twins.

The woman gave birth to a baby 5 months after giving birth to twins
The woman gave birth to a baby 5 months after giving birth to twins
 
A Nigerian woman has reportedly given birth to a baby girl five months after delivering a set of twins.
 
It was gathered that the woman was childless for seven years before the miraculous delivery.
 
A pastor, Enate Ogedegbe who officiated the naming ceremony of the children on Sunday, October 4, along with one pastor Daniel Osierih shared the photos on Facebook.
 
In his own words:
 
My ‘Co-Laborer’ Pastor Daniel Osierih and I, had the Privilege to Minister and Officiate at this Naming ceremony.
 
The Couple had been Childless for 7 years, then God gave them Twins (a boy and girl), Who are 4 years now.
 
 
They had another set of Twin girls in April 2020 (during the Lockdown), ....after which, the Mother started Experiencing Terrible Pains in her stomach, the Scans Revealed NOTHING. So she engaged a ‘Local Ijaw’ woman to massage her stomach several times a week.
 
After 3 months, the Ijaw Woman indicated she suspected there was still a baby in her womb, and asked her to go for Another Scan, which she did at the Island Maternity Lagos State.
 
That was how they discovered this THIRD baby Girl, that she Delivered Safely on the 18th of September, 2020.
 
(Her husband was abroad during the Lockdown and only returned last week).
 
Is there a Medical Explanation for this?
 
God is Faithful...!
 
#GodOfMiracles
 
Genesis 18:14(NLT)
 
Is Anything Too HARD for the LORD?
 
I will RETURN about this time next year, and Sarah will have a Son.
 

My ‘Co-Laborer’ Pastor Daniel Osierih and I, had the Privilege to Minister and Officiate at this Naming ceremony...

Posted by Enate Ogedegbe on Monday, October 5, 2020


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