Pastor and wife welcome set of twins after 25 years of marriage

Pastor and wife welcome set of twins after 25 years of marriage

Congratulations are in order for Rev. Yunusa Sabo Nmadu, General Secretary of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA), and his wife, who recently welcomed a set of twins after 25 years of marriage.

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It was gathered that Rev. Yunusa and wife got married in 1994 and although their union had been successful and inspiring to many people, they have for many years wanted to be parents. Their wish never came true until recently.

A Facebook user identified as Jerry D. Ishaya shared a photo of the couple and revealed that they welcomed a set of twins on 25 July. Not only were their prayers answered, but their blessing was doubled.

It was reported that the mother, Mrs Nmadu, and the twins are healthy and family and friends have joined them in rejoicing.

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Another friend of the couple celebrated the new birth on social media.

His words: "With God on our side. All things are possible. Join me rejoice and give all the glory to God Most High for what He has done to the family of my Friend, leader, Pastor and brother Rev. & Mrs. Yunusa Nmadu Jnr the General Secretary of ECWA after waiting on the Lord for 25 years (1994- 2019) the Lord finally answered their and our prayers by blessing them and us with Twins all boys at the early hours of yesterday. Babies and parents are all in good condition. Habakkuk 2:3″ For the revelation awaits an appointed time; it speaks of the end and will not prove false. Though it linger, wait for it; it will certainly come and will not delay.” Thank you Lord for the manifestation of your word.”

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In like manner, a African woman identified as Chinyere Oranwa delivered a set of twins after 11 years of waiting to be a mother.

Oranwa's sister took to social media to rejoice the blessing in their family while she shared photos of the babies.

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