Yoruba monarch’s wife gives birth for the first time at 52

Yoruba monarch’s wife gives birth for the first time at 52

- Yetunde Ogunsanwo, wife of Alara-elect of Ilara kingdom, Olufolarin Ogunsanwo, recently became a mother

- Yetunde and Olufolarin welcomed a set of twins 5 years after they got married

- The Lagos socialite delivered the set of twin boys in Toronto, Canada

These are joyful times for the family of Alara-elect of Ilara kingdom, Olufolarin Ogunsanwo, as his wife and Lagos socialite, Yetunde Ogunsanwo, recently became a mother for the first time.

According to an Instagram blog, The Elites, Yetunde who is 52-year-old, welcomed a set of twin boys in a highbrow hospital in Toronto, Canada.

The royal couple became parents after 5 years of marriage.

The blog stated that since the news of the babies’ arrival broke out, the couple’s friends and family members have been swarming their home with phone calls and visits.

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Yetunde and Ogunsanwo got married in 2015. They had a low key ceremony, which was held at the bride’s family home. Following the event of the marriage ceremony, the couple moved into a mansion in Lekki, Lagos.

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Ogunsanwo is the former chairman, Lagos Board of Internal Revenue and Chief Executive, Lagos Internal Revenue Service (LIRS).

Children often come with responsibility and for the Offors, theirs is one house that is certainly filled with many responsibilities that have to do with child caring.

Legit.ng had reported how Chidinma Offor was the talk of many on social media after she welcomed a set of quadruplets; three girls and a boy in 2019.

Well, the 25-year-old lady who is now a mother of six, having produced a set of twins in her first pregnancy, recently celebrated their first birthday.

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Meanwhile, for many woman, the joy of motherhood is something to look forward to. While others have been lucky not having to wait for a child, the same cannot be said for others whose journey to motherhood has not been easy.

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These are beautiful times for a Nigerian woman who became a mother after 16 years of being married without a child. Identified as Susan Egenti, she was delivered of a set of quintuplets on November 6.

The 44-year-old woman an indigene of Nando, in Anambra East Local Government Area of Anambra State was delivered through a caesarean section at the Federal Medical Centre, Jabi, Abuja.

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