- Photo of a little baby girl allegedly born with Arabic Inscriptions has gone viral
- Reports claim that the baby carries the symbols on her chest, thigh and back as well as a crescent sign on her ankle
- The mother of the child, 24-year-old Saratu Yusuf has described the child as a miracle baby
Reports reaching YEN.com.gh indicate a baby girl has been born with Arabic inscriptions in several markings around her body including her chest.
The baby, the reports state, carries the symbols on her chest, thigh and back as well as a crescent sign on her ankle.
It was gathered that the little baby was born on March 2, and her birth has attracted many residents of Sokoto, who troop-in in batches to witness what the mother, Saratu Yusuf has described as the miracle of God.
DailyTrust Newspaper reports that the baby girl was born into a family of four. Born in Police Clinic along Barth Road Sokoto, the mother revealed that the birth was very normal and she did not notice anything strange all through the pregnancy journey.
Saratu who welcomed the baby with her husband of 16 years, Alhaji Hussaini, reportedly revealed that she noticed that the baby's body has refused to be pierced. She stated that when they tried piercing the baby's ear, nothing could penetrate her skin.
Expressing gladness, the young mother stated that it has been a joy to welcome such a blessing to her home.
She however revealed that the so-called miracle child has been attracting visitors from several local government areas in Sokoto and she has had to relocate to a quiet area to avoid disturbance.
The father of the child, Hussaini, who is reported to be a police officer is said to be based in Kastina and is yet to see his child.
However, there are plans for the police officer to visit his family soon in order for the miracle baby to be named on March 23.
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