In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 06th, October, 2020

Childless For Seven Years, Nigerian Girl Offers Beginning To A Child 5 Months After Giving Beginning To Twins In Lagos (Picture)

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

The woman gave birth to a baby 5 months after giving birth to twins

The girl gave beginning to a child 5 months after giving beginning to twins


A Nigerian girl has reportedly given beginning to a child woman 5 months after delivering a set of twins.


It was gathered that the girl was childless for seven years earlier than the miraculous supply.


A pastor, Enate Ogedegbe who officiated the naming ceremony of the kids on Sunday, October four, together with one pastor Daniel Osierih shared the images on Fb.


In his personal phrases:


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 woman), Who’re four years now.



They’d one other set of Twin ladies in April 2020 (throughout the Lockdown), ….after which, the Mom began Experiencing Horrible Pains in her abdomen, the Scans Revealed NOTHING. So she engaged a ‘Native Ijaw’ girl to therapeutic massage her abdomen a number of occasions per week.


After three months, the Ijaw Girl indicated she suspected there was nonetheless a child in her womb, and requested her to go for One other Scan, which she did on the Island Maternity Lagos State.


That was how they found this THIRD child Woman, that she Delivered Safely on the 18th of September, 2020.


(Her husband was overseas throughout the Lockdown and solely returned final week).


Is there a Medical Clarification for this?


God is Devoted…!




Genesis 18:14(NLT)


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Is Something Too HARD for the LORD?


I’ll RETURN about this time subsequent yr, and Sarah may 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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