- A Nigerian man called Ediri Voghor has expressed sadness after he lost his wife
- The man's wife Chika lost her life three days after welcoming a set of twins
- Chika waited 18 years to have her children
A Nigerian woman called Chika Anthonia Voghor, who waited 18 years to have children, has died three days after she delivered a set of twins.
Nigerian Tribune reported that the late woman and her husband Ediri got married in 2002 but didn't take in. Like many young couples, they visited several hospitals where they were told that nothing was wrong with them.
The couple went in search of solutions at other places but they didn't get any. However, things changed for the Voghor couples in 2019 when it was discovered that Chika had taken in.
In June, the late woman delivered a set of twins (boy and girl) through a cesarean section. The woman was said to be happy and full of life as she returned home with her bundles of joy.
However, tragedy struck some hours after she returned home as she started complaining about her inability to breathe well. When a doctor came in to check her, it was realised that her blood level was low.
Blood transfusion was carried out and was taken back to the theatre room after a scan revealed she had internal bleeding. A surgery was carried out on her and returned back to her room.
But hours later, she was taken back to the theater where she eventually gave up the ghost.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that jubilation as a Nigerian woman welcomed a baby girl after 22 years of waiting for a child.
A Nigerian lady identified as Amarachi on Twitter shared the story of a close family member who just became a mother. According to her, the new mum is her cousin and she had been searching for a child for a total of 22 years.
An excited Amarachi noted that the lord wiped away the tears of her cousin by blessing her with a beautiful baby girl.
Upon sharing the touching story, Amarachi’s comment section was filled with congratulatory messages for the new mum and her child.
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