Bunmi Olawale: Medical doctor recreates mother's baby bump photo of 1996

Bunmi Olawale: Medical doctor recreates mother's baby bump photo of 1996

- Creative people have a way of recreating history, and when they do, you cannot but marvel at their level of creativity

- Doctor Bunmi Olawale is one of those creative people, and her creativity has been applauded on social media

- She has found a way to draw connections with a baby bump picture her mum took in 1996 and the one she took in 2020

A Nigerian medical doctor and vlogger identified as Bunmi Olawale has recreated an event that happened in 1996.

The medical doctor was in her mother's womb in 1996 and the mum took a picture with her baby bump for the sake of history.

Fast forward to 2020, the baby that was in her mother's womb is now 24 years and also pregnant. She has also taken a picture of her baby bump dressed in the same gown her mother wore over two decades ago.

Insightful Lao Tzu quotes on love, leadership and enlightenment

In other news, a couple who have been married for 17 years without children have shared their inspiring story of how they welcomed triplets.

Babatunde and Opeyemi Shoaga met at the university in 1991 and got married in December 1998. Babatunde said his marriage was the first marriage to be celebrated by his parents, adding that the latter could not wait to see his kids.

PAY ATTENTION: Install our latest app for Android, read the best news on Nigeria’s #1 news app

He said: "Nine months after the marriage when there wasn't any, we decided to see a doctor."

Opeyemi said after a series of tests, it was discovered that she had an issue with her tubes. She said the doctor said her tubes were damaged and he removed them.

She said: "The only option I had was IVF. Even in the best of facilities, you can only have 40% success rate."

An awesome list of funny quotes about life and its lessons

According to Babatunde, three years after their marriage, they wrote a letter to Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) requesting for prayers.

He said: "Daddy wrote back to us that we should be attending the Holy Ghost Service."

Opeyemi said they commenced IVF, but they all failed.

Babatunde said: "Almost 17 years into our marriage, we wrote back to Pastor Adeboye, that 'Daddy, God told you that we should expect the miracle children, we are still expecting them.'"

NAIJ.com (naija.ng) -> Legit.ng We have updated to serve you better

Would you tell your partner how much you earn monthly? | Legit TV

Source: Legit.ng

Online view pixel