- Aminu and Hafsat have had their story rewritten and welcomed triplets six years after trying to conceive
- The couple adopted a baby girl they named Princess Zahra three years into their marriage as a result of childlessness
- Aminu and Hafsat welcomed three boys at once on Friday, November 13
Three years after adopting a baby girl, a Nigerian couple who have been married for six years have finally welcomed triplets.
In a report by Northern Hibiscus, after finding it difficult to adopt, the couple identified as Aminu and Hafsat, decided to adopt their a girl and named her Princess Zahra.
Three years after Princess Zahra was adopted, Aminu and Hafsat were blessed with three boys.
The new mum wrote on social media:
"Alhamdulillah Alhamdulillah. Allah is indeed merciful. We have been blessed with three baby boys, born on the 13th of November, 2020."
Purple Hibiscus with the Instagram handle @northern_hibiscuss shared adorable photos of the couple and Princess Zahra on the social media platform.
Phumudzo Mabila is a strong mother of triplet girls. Phumudzo took to Facebook to wish her lovely girls a happy fifth birthday. According to Phumudzo, her daughters were born with many complications back in 2015.
She was told by doctors that she might lose all three of them. Their weights at birth were 1.3kgs, 1.1kgs and 900g. They were in the hospital for six weeks as one of them developed meningitis while another lost half of two of her fingers.
She shared that they beat the odds together. As all kids do, her daughters tend to bicker but she said she loves how they love each other.
Briefly.co.za yesterday shared a happy birthday post on Facebook for the triplets and South Africans sent in tons of love for them and Phumudzo.
Junior M Baganda said:
"Happy birthday you pretty girls, Iove you and you're a big gift to your mom and family. Enjoy your day."
Promise Ngobese wrote:
"How I wish for triplets or even twins... Happy birthday to them girls."
Sylvestra Lebenya commented:
"Congratulations and happy birthday to your girls."
Motena Lehloenya added:
"Miracles happen to those who believe."
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