- Three sisters got pregnant at the same time and gave birth to their babies one week apart
- Dr Olabanji Surakat, who is married to one of the sisters, took to social media to share the news, saying he still can't figure how it happened
- Nigerians took to the comment section of his post and shared their thoughts on it
A lecturer at the University of Osun, Dr Olabanji Surakat, has taken to social media to disclose that his wife and her two sisters got pregnant at the same time and gave birth to their babies one week apart.
On his Twitter page, Dr Surakat said he and the two other men cannot figure how their wives got pregnant at the same.
The academic, however, expressed gratitude to God for the blessings. His comment section was flooded with congratulatory messages as his post went viral.
Social media users flooded the comment section of the post with congratulatory messages.
Tweep with the handle @FelixMafiana wrote:
"What were you people thinking? You have not told us all the story. Congratulations my brother."
"Well timed.. Cast your mind back maybe you all went to family event together.. They must have also all taken some fertility medications to ensure your shots barely missed.. Congratulations To The Sharp Shooting Men."
A young lady with the Twitter handle @datshortgal said the sisters planned to conceive at the same.
"Those women planned it. You can’t tell me nothing. Now the kids will grow up as best friends and do something similar."
"Happy birthdays attending to you. Congratulations. May they grow up to be blessings to their generation."
In other news, a Nigerian woman who has been married for 16 years without the fruit of the womb has finally been blessed with twins.
The disclosure was made on Instagram by @ms_asoebi who shared adorable photos of the mother and her double gift.
The woman's story is one out of many inspiring stories of couples who had tried to conceive for years and finally blessed with twins, triplets or quadruplets.