Tears flow as pretty woman dies during childbirth 1 year after marriage; twins miraculously survive (photos)

Tears flow as pretty woman dies during childbirth 1 year after marriage; twins miraculously survive (photos)

- A woman from Nkporo in Ohafia, Abia state, has lost her life during childbirth

- Patience Eze Chukwu, who gave birth to twins, died on Thursday, April 23

- Her husband Evangelist Eze Chukwusaid, who is mourning the death of his wife, says she passed away one year after their wedding

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A woman identified as Patience Eze Chukwu has died during childbirth.

The woman, who hailed from Nkporo in Ohafia, Abia state, died on Thursday, April 23, Within Nigeria reports.

YEN.com.gh gathers that the woman gave birth to twins, a boy and a girl both of whom are in good health.

The deceased's husband Evangelist Eze Chukwu said his wife passed away one year after their wedding. She was buried in a ceremony attended by only a few people due to the COVID-19 lockdown in Abia state.

Eze, who mourned his wife shared picture of his wife in her wedding gown and pictures of her burial and wrote: “Today is a year, 3 months and few days i got married to you. Rest in peace. I will always love you.”

In another post, Eze wrote: “Who did you leave this children for Honey, we planned to raise them together. My love is gone too soon.”

Woman Dies During Childbirth In Abia, Twin Babies Delivered Successfully

Patience, her twins and her husband. Photo credit: Within Nigeria
Source: UGC

In other news, a 28-year-old heavily pregnant Ghanaian nurse in the United Kingdom has died after contracting the deadly COVID-19 disease.

Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong tested positive on April 5 and was admitted to the Luton & Dunstable Hospital, where she worked, on April 7.

She died following an emergency caesarean section to deliver and save her baby on Sunday, April 12, 2020.

A statement from the Luton and Dunstable Hospital noted that the little girl is understood to be alive but it is not yet clear if she has tested positive for the disease.

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