No couple wishes to suffer any tribulation later or earlier in their marriage. Some are lucky to have a smooth ride all through their lives while others pray to overcome the little challenges they face daily.
A beautiful young lady identified as Hope Esther Ikyo on Monday, September 10, survived a gas explosion attack. She was said to be eight months pregnant when the unfortunate incident took place in Lafia. Esther who is recuperating in the hospital is part of those who survived the attack.
According to an anonymous sender, he shared details of the young lady with a Facebook user Ukan Kurugh, who decided to share pictures of the woman on his profile. He added that Hope got married to her sweetheart Pius Aluga in 2017.
As at the time Hope was rushed to the hospital, the doctors immediately operated on Hope in order to save her baby. He added that her husband has refused to eat as he keeps thinking of his wife’s health and how to pay her medical bills.
The long post reads: “Your Prayers Needed! A friend of mine on Facebook sent me the attached photos to this post. His words to me are reproduced thus: "Good evening boss, the lady lying in the above picture is Hope Esther Ikyo married to Mr. Pius Aluga sometime last year. She was among the survival of the gas explosion in Lafia yesterday (Monday, 10th September, 2018) with her 8 months unborn baby. They operated her and removed the baby for caution and the baby is ok. They are in National Truma Centre Abuja. The husband is very confused now and depressed. Am appealing to you if you can solicit for people to go there talk to him/give him some words of encouragement as he refused eat. The wife cannot eat now nor talk (take?) fluid. The husband too could not eat that he not hungry. So I don't think people need to go there with food. And i (I) think government promised to take care of bills, though am not sure. Thank you in anticipation. I also understand that they were 3 other Benue indigene too that are victims. Pius can be reach on 0708 563 4506. Thanks for your time. It's a call to compassion and I trust my kind hearted friends to support the young couple in prayers and where possible, by physical presence.”
Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian woman identified as Sandra Harrison has shared the story of her journey to giving birth to her first child after six years of marriage. The lady revealed that she tried so hard that she had over 19 miscarriages.
Thank God for life!
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