- Singer Bez Idakula’s wife, Tito, recently inspired her followers on social media with a story of her friend
- Tito narrated how the friend dreaded giving birth in Nigeria and insisted on travelling abroad
- Things, however, took a twist when the friend in question welcomed her child inside an Uber in the UK
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Popular singer Bez Idakula’s wife, Tito, has shared an inspiring story with her followers on microblogging platform Twitter.
Titio narrated the story of a close friend who was pregnant in 2019 and was doing all she could to ensure that she does not welcome the child in Nigeria.
The lady could not get her visa for America or Canada and started panicking at the thought of putting to bed in a Nigerian hospital.
"She wasn’t high risk or anything. She just didn’t like the idea of birthing a child in this country. She didn’t have peace with the hospitals here and she really just felt her child should be born abroad. And with horror stories we have all heard, no one could blame her," Tito wrote.
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Fortunately for the friend in question, she eventually managed to get into the United Kingdom (UK). Although the option meant the child would not have citizenship, Tito said her friend was more at peace that she would welcome her child in a developed country.
See tweets below:
The plot twist in the story occurred when the lady finally put to bed. According to Tito, her friend welcomed her baby inside an Uber ride on the way to the hospital.
She said: "The baby eventually came, but she wasn’t born in a hospital but in an UBER on the way to the hospital! Yupppp! Baby girl came to this world in an Uber on the way to the hospital. The irony of it all. After all the anxiety and wanting the best hospital, this girl came in an UBER"
More tweets below:
Tito disclosed that the two of them now laugh about the matter whenever they think about. She, however, used the opportunity to advise pregnant mothers that God is the only one in charge of protecting them and their unborn children.
Read the rest of her tweets below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a woman who opened up about how she beat Covid-19 despite the fact that she was pregnant. According to her, after the victory, she gave birth to a healthy male child who she named Kysen Rashawn Wolfe. The new mum said her baby weighed 7lbs at birth and arrived at 8:50am.
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