- A pastor shared pictures of sisters who gave birth on the same night hanging out with their mother
- The preacher could not hide his joy of the double blessings and thanked God for the miracle He has done to the family
- His followers congratulated the two sisters, with some asking how the mum is planning on doing the cultural rites a child is taken through now that she has two grandkids born at the same time
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A pastor identified as Reverend Patrick Ugochukwu shared a picture of two biological sisters who gave birth on the same night, and netizens could not keep calm.
His followers expressed joy with some praising God for the miracle of having two people from the same family delivering babies on the same night.
''Here are the wonderful women, blood sisters that gave birth on the same night and with their mother in the middle. Amazing women. Hallelujah in the highest,'' he posted on Facebook.
Chidimma Salome Udemobi commented:
''Wow! This is the Lord's doing. Congratulations to you all.''
Chinaza Chinedu said:
''Congratulations to my blood sister Onyii and Ada. May God continue to bless your homes. Amen.
Benny Franklin added:
''Congratulations my Reverend, my regards to them both.''
Ngozi Emmanuela commented:
''A big congratulations, God is indeed a master planner.''
Justina Molokwu Nwosu added:
''Congratulations to Ada Ides. You are blessed''
However, the majority of the preacher man's followers wondered how the mother would perform the traditional cultural rites that a kid undergoes as soon as they are born and what criteria she will use to pick which child goes first.
YEN.com.gh recently featured a dad who was overjoyed after his wife gave birth after 17 years of waiting.
Chris Norris, one of the newest fathers in town, expressed great joy after his wife, Ka’shawndra, finally gave birth after more than a decade.
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It was really a big bundle of happiness for the couple as people said they deserved their new blessing.
The two named their baby Patience, and the name speaks volumes of the long wait the parents endured before she arrived.
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