Admirable photos of Perpetua Ayinbonor, a female Ghanaian nurse who shared her pictures online to urge people to immunize their children early against diseases have generated pleasant remarks.
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Perpetua Ayinbonor shared photos on Thursday [today] November 28, 2019, in a popular Facebook group along with a narrative to encourage members of the group to bring their kids so she could immunise them.
''Guys please help me thank God ,Na his Grace Has being sufficient, I don't know what to say mpo, I'm your preventive nurse and village nurse wai. please bring your kids so I'd immunize them na what are friends for y'all enjoy your day guys..love you all,'' the lovely nurse wrote on Facebook.
Perpetua Ayinbonor’s lovely photos generated some endearing reactions on social media after they surfaced online.
Meanwhile, Rev. Ukpai Nweke Sylvester, a Nigerian clergyman of the Assemblies of God Church, Ebonyi, and his wife Linda Ukpai Peace, have delivered a cute set of twins after 21 years of marriage without a child.
From AGC Ifelemenu Ekpaomaka community in Ikwo Local Government of Ebonyi State, the couple got married on January 3, 1998, but never experienced the joy of parenthood.
However, earlier in November 2019, Ukpai Peace gave birth to their first kids, a set of twins, a girl and a boy.
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