- A man named Akinkunmi Akingbade has triggered celebratory reactions on social media after he announced that his wife had delivered a beautiful baby
- He said that his wife had two miscarriages in the first two years of their marriage
- Akinwunmi praised God for the new addition to their family
A family has been thrown into a celebration mood as they welcomed a newborn.
The elated husband identified as Akinwunmi Akingbade stated that his beloved wife had just welcomed their second baby.
Sharing photos of the mother before and after the baby arrived, he revealed that his wife had had 4 miscarriages within the first two years of their marriage and now, they have two kids.
"When God shows up, He does big!!! My wife had 4 miscarriages in the first 2 years of our marriage. And 2 years after, we have 2 kids. My wife and I welcomed our second daughter today."
Congratulatory and goodwill messages filled the comment section.
Mathias Jacob Abah said:
"Congratulations to you and your family. May the grace of God rest and abide with the new baby."
Ukushemuya Ovie reacted:
"Congratulations! God is always on time and it may not be the time we want Him, He shows up."
Martyn Rushin commented:
"I've been there, what a wonderful outcome to a tough story. You'll always remember all of your children, and I'm thrilled for you."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady had given birth to sextuplets years after delivering twins.
The woman identified as Doris Levi Wilson, after 34 years of marriage is a product of God's faithfulness and a testament to the adage that the patient dog eats the fattest bone.
Sharing the post on Facebook, a Bayelsa state journalist named Kos-Ikah Onisoman said that Doris sextuplets come after six years she was delivered of a set of twins.
Blessed with two daughters and four sons who their names are as follows: Kachi, Kaobi, Zina, Zuri, Kamsi and Kaeto.
Thelma, who dressed her little babies in coordinated outfits made a cake for each of them.
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