- A couple in Navrongo in Ghana's Kassena-Nankana District in the Upper East Region has welcomed their first child
- The Anechams had been without a child of their own in their 21 years of marriage despite fervent prayers for the gift of the womb
- Following the arrival of their bundle of joy into the world, the duo celebrated the boy at a dedication and naming ceremony
A couple, the Anechams, has welcomed their first child in Navrongo in Ghana's Kassena-Nankana District in the Upper East Region after 21 years of childlessness.
The man, a member of The Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC) in Navrongo, and his wife, a deaconess of The Church of Pentecost at the Kwamo District, celebrated their bundle of joy surrounded by loved ones at a dedication and naming ceremony at the Israel Assembly on October 22, 2023.
Deaconess Anecham urged Christian couples going through a similar ordeal with infertility to put their faith in God's chosen time.
Ghanaian couple welcomes their first-ever twins
In a similar story, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian couple welcomed their first-ever set of twins after a woman gave birth at the Hawa Memorial Saviour Hospital in the Eastern Region of Ghana.
Stephen Jabrah, the proud father, revealed his wife delivered twin girls in the comment section of a post by Ghanaian social media influencer James Annor Tetteh, popularly known as Nana Tea.
In a subsequent Facebook post, after he visited the new mum and the twins, Nana Tea said: ''First-ever twins in their family, both maternal and paternal.
Ghanaian mum of 2 sets of twins
YEN.com.gh previously reported that a financially disadvantaged Ghanaian mother of two sets of twins, only named Diana, experienced some comfort thanks to a Good Samaritan.
The 17-year-old mother received items that included a refrigerator, fan, gas cooker, and assorted food items from David Boahen Deuces, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the popular Facebook group Inna Real Life.
Diana, whom the babies' fathers have abandoned, lives in abject poverty with the kids in a single room at Mankessim in the Central Region of Ghana.
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