Woman welcomes baby a year after speaking it into existence

Woman welcomes baby a year after speaking it into existence

- A Nigerian woman recently welcomed a baby girl and took to social media to celebrate

- Identified as Ifeoma Louis Lawal, her baby's arrival comes a year after she spoke with faith about welcoming a baby girl

- Ifeoma welcomed her baby, Chizaram, in July 2020

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For some women, becoming a mother is something they hope and pray for. While it comes easy for some, for others, the journey to motherhood is often filled with stress and heartbreaks.

Facebook user, Ifeoma Louis Lawal, recently brought hope to a lot of women after she shared the news of her baby's arrival.

On August 6, 2019, Ifeoma had taken to her Facebook page to proclaim that she will get pregnant. In her words: "I will get pregnant and give birth to a baby girl. I speak it into existence."

Woman welcomes baby a year after speaking it into existence
Ifeoma shared the news of her baby's arrival online. Photo credit: Ifeoma Louis Lawal
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n what appeared to be a perfect example of the power of faith and tongue, Ifeoma took to her page on August 6, 2020, to reveal that her bundle of joy had arrived in July, 2020.

"You see this God. I pity anyone doubting the existence of God. Missed my period in November and welcomed my child in July. My baby girl is finally here. Chizaram," she wrote.

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Also a while ago, the story of a Nigerian woman who became a first-time mom after 31 years of waiting, inspired many people across the country, giving them even more reasons to keep hope alive no matter the situation they find themselves in.

The new mom identified as Elizabeth Atsenda, recently had a chat with YEN.com.gh about her journey to motherhood, the challenges faced in her marriage and her views about societal pressures on women, amongst other things.

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