- The family of Hosea Ahis has a reason to celebrate as they welcomed quadruplets
- While many congratulated them for the newborns, there were some who wished the same blessings on their lives
- A photo of the family posted on Facebook shows them carrying the babies with the help of some medical officials
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A Nigerian man, Hosea Ahis, and his wife have welcomed quadruplets, a bountiful joy not many families get to experience. Hosea's friend, Angel Maskita, posted about the news on Facebook on Sunday, September 21, as he celebrated with him.
Maskita said that Hosea is his coursemate as he revealed the genders of the children as three boys and a girl. In a message sent to Briefly.co.za, he disclosed that Hosea is a soldier of the Nigerian Army.
In the photo he uploaded to Facebook, hospital officials joined the family in carrying the babies. Many who commented on the family's pictures on social media congratulated them for their new gifts from God.
Below are some of the positive messages to the family:
Tamara Samuel said:
"Congratulation to them.may God give them the grace nd strength to rise them."
Oluchi Okeke said:
"Congratulations to them. God is great, he will finish what he started I tap from their blessings ijn."
Precious Chukwu said:
"Congrats o e no easy abeg...may ur pockets never run dry in training these wonderful creatures."
Jassy Codedcash said:
"God bless d babies and d parents....but dz blessing carry weight sha."
In other heartwarming news about newborns, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a beautiful young nurse who shared touching pictures of first baby delivery. Beautiful young nurse, @Hlubelihle_ (aka Thando) took to Twitter to share the news.
According to her post, which was accompanied by an adorable picture, she had just successfully helped bring new life onto earth by birthing a baby. Captioned "My first successful delivery," the picture as well as the great news was met with tons of reactions from Twitter users who all took the opportunity to congratulate the gorgeous young nurse on the success of her delivery.
While other tweeps wondered aloud whether her previous deliveries had been unsuccessful, she quickly set the record straight and said that this was actually the very first time she delivered a baby.
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