- After 18 years of marriage, a Nigerian couple have become proud parents
- A Twitter user shared photos of an overjoyed woman as she celebrated her safe delivery of a set of twins
- The tweet has generated huge comments and engagement as many joined the unidentified couple in their celebration
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A yet-to-be-identified Nigerian couple has become the latest parents in town as they recently welcomed a set of twins.
This was seen in a post made on Twitter by one Akinpelumi Akinboye on Tuesday, March 16, 2021.
In the tweet which has now gone viral, it was stated that the couple has been without kids for the past 18 years of their marriage.
The overjoyed new mother couldn't hide her excitement as she was captured all smiles, spreading her arms apart in celebration.
The post which has garnered over 25k likes as of the time of making this report got many awestruck. Tweeps flooded the comment section with congratulatory messages and well wishes for the couple.
A tweep @IamMelas rendering a popular Christian praise song wrote:
"everything Na double double (Na double double)
"Pikins Na double double (Na double double)
"Pampas Na double double (Na double double)
"Cerelac Na double double double (Na double double)
"Heyyehyeh your God is good oh...."
"God be praised forever me.
"The kind of great news to start the day with.
"I pray and use this as a point of contact to all friends, family and in-laws praying for such blessing to manifest forth in CHRIST JESUS, AMEN."
"God's way of redeeming time. Congrats to her!"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian couple welcomed triplets after 17 years of marriage.
YEN.com.gh gathered that Babatunde and Opeyemi Shoaga met at the university in 1991 and got married in December 1998.
Babatunde said his marriage was the first marriage to be celebrated by his parents, adding that the latter could not wait to see his kids.
Opeyemi said after a series of tests, it was discovered that she had an issue with her tubes. She reiterated that the doctor said her tubes were damaged and he removed them.
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