- A Nigerian woman, Temilade Adeoye, has shown her appreciation to God after she became a mother of twins
- Temilade said that God has used the blessing to change her name, asking people to call her mother of twins (iya ibeji)
- The joyous woman used her story to encourage those who are trying to conceiving as she said their expectations will become realities
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A Nigerian woman with the name, Temilade Adeoye, and Twitter handle @temiladeadeoye, has celebrated God after she gave birth to a set of twins.
In a Twitter post on Sunday, July 12, Temilade said that God has really blessed her as He changed her name to "Mummy Twins".
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The woman said that the babies arrived on Saturday, July 11, adding that for everyone trusting God for the fruit of the womb, they should see hers as a perfect example that their stories can also change.
She attached a picture showing the babies in peaceful sleep to her tweet as she asked people to call her Iya Ibeji.
See her tweets below:
Meanwhile, a woman with the Facebook name Oby Evelyn gave birth to a set of triplets after 14 years of marriage and trying to conceive.
In her Facebook post on Friday, June 19, she said her “mouth is full of praise of joy”, adding that nothing is as great as the moment she is in.
Evelyn said that God has used the births to compensate her for her years of mockery and shame. She added that the genders of the babies are two gi*rls and a boy.
The proud mother said that it is really a dream come true for her, thanking God for the bundles of joy He has blessed her with.
In other news, a 34-year-old woman, Hauwa’u Sulaiman, who already had 13 kids gave birth to quadruplets at the Gambo Sawaba General Hospital, Zaria, Kaduna state on Friday, June 5.
The woman said the set of quadruplets is her eighth delivery. After the delivery, the babies and the mothered were transferred to the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (ABUTH) for adequate care.
The mother, however, said that the only male child among the babies died before they got to ABUTH and the remaining ones have been placed under intensive care.
Hauwa’u said that she was given two bags of blood to aide her during the delivery process. She added that though she is very healthy, medical officials said she needs to be monitored before she can be discharged.
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