- A bride has put to bed just moments after signing her marital vows in church
- According to reports, she had been told that she was going to give birth late in September
- She gave birth to a bouncing baby boy just after she finalized her marriage
A newly-married woman, Mrs. Chinaza Udeolisa, left many people who were attending her nuptials shocked, after she put to bed on the day she was expected to exchange her vows.
The incident left guests who attended the wedding in shock as to how she put to bed on the day of the wedding when the could have tied the knot some time after her delivery.
Mrs. Chinaza Udeolisa delivered a bouncing baby boy just moments before exchanging her marital vows with her husband at the St Gerald’s Catholic Church.
According to information gathered, on Mynews.com.gh, the woman had been impregnated by the man in question and only wanted to use the wedding to shield any act of immorality but the delivery gave them up.
The newly-married couple revealed that midwives at a health facility she was attending antenatal told them her expected day of delivery (EDD) was by end of September but it turned out she gave birth earlier than expected.
Mrs. Chinaza Udeolisa who was feeling some pains on the day of her wedding, did her best to ignore the sharp pains because she knew she was not yet due for delivery.
“I was still dismissing the signs up till the morning of our wedding, but as the makeup artiste was still fixing my nails, it reached the stage that I could no longer bear the pains”, she added.
“I am very happy at least the joy of a new baby and that of the wedding is now complete,” Mrs. Udeolisa declared
“It’s God that made everything possible because it is not easy that I arrived the hospital and, without wasting time, delivered safely. I had planned on how to embrace the reception with my dance moves but I can no longer do that because this bundle of joy has already done all that for me”, she added.
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Source: Yen Ghana