- A Nigerian lady, Tomiwa, and her triplet sisters have shared lovely birthday photos in the middle of the low mood created by the coronavirus
- The photos went viral as so many people wished them well
- The sisters struck different poses in a way that show how happy they were
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Briefly.co.za learnt that in the case of Tomiwa and her triplet sisters, the joy of motherhood is reflected in a clear form. On Monday, April 13, they shared a birthday photoshoot and the internet won't stop talking about them.
The triplet sisters wore smart pik gowns as they struck very lovely and carefree poses. Tomiwa, one of the sisters said in a tweet: "Happy birthday to me and my loves".
See her tweets below:
It was earlier reported that a lady with the name Olateju Orekoya celebrated her birthday many months after she survived a gas explosion with several burns.
The celebrant shared some of her recovery photos and a video that show the time she was hospitalised due to the burns.
She appreciates God for letting her see another year, saying that the Lord showed her greater mercy than she could understand.
Olateju said that despite her near-death experience, she is still standing, adding that God has also renewed her beauty.
In other news, popular gospel artiste, Sinach, and her husband, Joe Egbu, have come hard on pastors who believe so much in science than in the healing power of God.
Egbu said that it is quite a shame that men of God now seek out the advice of the people of the world. He added that they have therefore forgone their powers, saying that church has become a “gathering of convenience”.
He said that it is very disappointing that pastors have turned sheep like their members. He said a place where solutions should be (the church) is now a place where people avoid. In the comment section, Sinach said that the gate of Hell would not overcome the church.
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