Tears of joy as pregnant woman is treated to a baby shower

Tears of joy as pregnant woman is treated to a baby shower

- Friends and family of an expectant mother surprised her with a baby shower and she was emotional

- There were tears of joy as she was taken outside her compound to a drive-through baby shower

- Friends and family arrived in different cars to drop their gifts

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An expectant mother was emotional as she was treated to a baby shower amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The baby shower, which was shot with a smartphone, had family and friends in attendance and the woman was gifted with various items.

The couple sat in front of their building gate as their loved ones arrived in different vehicles to drop their gifts.

A lady on Twitter with the handle @Faith_Anny shot the video, which has created a lot of positive reactions on the microblogging site.

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She wrote: "I shot a drive-through baby shower with my phone. So happy to create this!! Rona didn’t stop us. Congratulations to Mr and Mrs IBK."

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In other news, Drs Cynthia and Jasmine Kudji, mother and daughter respectively, have etched their names in the books of history by becoming the first mum and daughter to graduate medical school in the same year and be matched at the same institution.

Jasmine attended LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana while her mother Cynthia enrolled at The University of Health and Sciences on the island of St. Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean.

The duo have shared their story and lovely photos of their big day to motivate people all over the world.

Dr Jasmine Kudji studied General Surgery while her mother Cynthia enrolled in the Family Medicine Programme. They graduated in March 2020 and would officially begin their residency on July 1, 2020.

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Dr. Kudji was born in the village of Kenyasi in Ghana and went to the United States at age two. It was during a trip back to Ghana to visit relatives that she was inspired to become a doctor.

It is reported that both of them have made history as the first mother and daughter to graduate from medical school in the same year and also be matched to the same medical institution to begin their residency.

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