A Nigerian woman who has been without a child since she got married has allegedly given birth to not just one baby but infant triplets through God's intervention.
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On Monday, October 27, 2019, Pastor Ephraim Ononye, shared photos of the woman and her lovely triplets accompanied by family and loved ones along with a caption.
''No need of acting or arranging miracles since there is a God that answer prayers. Years of barrenness has ended and the family that was without a child is now carrying 3 children at a time,'' Pastor Ephraim Ononye said on Facebook.
The man of God further noted: ''The mockery has ended. The midnight cry has ended. The shame of childlessness has ended. They paid No deliverance fees. No Consultation Fees. And nobody collected any money from them in the name of any form of spiritual work.
Nobody told them to bring any amount of money on the name of seed sowing before their miracles.
Yet today, Sunday the 26th of October 2019, this family is celebrating the blessings of 3 babies at a time.''
He added: ''The enemy can now go and hug the nearest transformer...
You that is reading, as you share this post now, Let every affliction, sorrow, delay, hardship, barrenness, disgrace, spiritual attack, backwardness, fruitless effort in your life and family, begin to and end.
In the mighty name of Jesus Christ. Amen and Amen.''
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of a female Ghanaian nurse carrying medical kits and supplies across a stream in an effort to reach out to people in underserved communities.
Malcolm Ali, a member of the Coalition of Concerned Nurses and Midwives (CCNM) shared the post on the group’s Facebook page.
The photos show the female nurse carrying a medical box while crossing a stream to provide health care to persons in deprived parts of the country.
Malcom Ali shared the heart-wrenching photos along with a message detailing the ordeal nurses in underserved communities go through to provide health care services to residents.
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