- A Nigerian couple recently became parents after 12 years of waiting
- The new mom identified as Rosemarie Ayodele Oyedele took to Facebook to share the good news
- Oyedele posted photos with her husband and their newborn daughter, thanking God for not failing them
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The journey to parenthood can be quite an emotionally draining one filled with doubts and disappointments for some people. For this Nigerian couple, it took 12 years before they became parents.
The new mom identified as Rosemarie Ayodele Oyedele was filled with gratitude to God as she took to Facebook to announce that she and her husband had welcomed their daughter.
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Sharing beautiful family photos with the adorable bundle of joy, Oyedele thanked God for not failing them.
She wrote: "Our joy is full. God is ever.faithful to.fail. 12years of Gods delay. 12years.of.answered prayers. our shiloh baby has finally arrived. 12years of believing. God finally showed himself cos he is too good to fail. we welcome our princess who.came to give us everlasting joy."
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It was also the turn of a Nigerian woman to rejoice after she welcomed a child despite waiting for 12 years.
The woman identified as Queen Ogbonna took to social media via her Facebook page to share the good news. The elated new mother revealed in her post that she had finally welcomed a child after 12 years of waiting.
Ogbonna thanked God for his blessings and added that she gave birth to a baby girl.
Meanwhile, only a month 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 Legit.ng about her journey to motherhood, the challenges faced in her marriage and her views about societal pressures on women, amongst other things.
They say it takes a really strong and selfless person to put a smile on the faces of others even when they have every reason to be angry at the world. Selfless is what best describes Atsenda who despite not having any biological children of her own, did well to take care of other people's children as though they were her flesh and blood.
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