- Banky W and Adesua Wellington have spoken about the pain of losing a set of twins right before they were born
- The couple said that the trying time was emotionally draining for both of them, especially for Adesua
- Video of their disclosure have generated massive reactions on social media since it went live
Banky and his wife, Adesua Etomi Wellington, have both opened up on how they lost their twins before they were born, to the dismay of many.
In narrating the ordeal, Adesua said that it all started after they went to the hospital to have a scan and a doctor found it hard checking for the babies' heartbeats. The woman added that the news came to her as very funny at first. When she, however, got home, she broke down and "wailed".
Banky W's wife said that it is so disheartening that women do not talk about their child birthing experience the way they ought to.
The husband said after they had prayed, they went back to the hospital. Things became worse as they were told the embryos were shrinking and rotting. They needed to be removed.
He added that his wife is one of the strongest people that he knows. Banky W said he just could not help her from feeling down.
Watch the video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions to the clip below:
Bless you both for being open and sharing to encourage others. Happy Easter."
"Thank you for this. One thing I learnt is "Are you speaking God's love language," that one hit me hard. God continue to bless and increase you both. Much love."
"Thank you both for sharing this, I'm so sorry you both had to go through this but thank God for the blessings that come after the storm and no doubt this will speak to many in similar situations feeling helpless, hopeless and ashamed. Bless you both."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady celebrated her pregnancy with a stunning snap. Being pregnant is rarely a walk in the park, but every moment - even those particularly difficult ones - is beautiful.
A young expecting woman recently headed online to celebrate her bun in the oven with a snap of herself looking all sorts of stunning.
The young lady with the Twitter handle, @zeehlatshwayo_ took to Twitter to share the snap of herself wearing a soft pink dress with her hair tied up in a big bun. In the caption, she expresses just how happy she was to be expecting the little one.
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