- Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku has said that no one has a perfect life
- Njoku shared the story of his wife's journey into becoming a mother to buttress his point
- The Iroko boss noted that everyone is going through a struggle
Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku has shared a personal story of his wife Mary's pregnancy journey to show that nothing in life is perfect.
According to him, a week before he got married to his wife, she had a miscarriage. He noted that it was her second miscarriage.
The Iroko boss said that on the morning of their wedding, she was terrified and then asked him if they would be happy if she cannot have kids.
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Thankfully, she became pregnant again but it wasn't an easy ride. Njoku revealed that when their son came, he was a straight forward pregnancy at 9.9lbs.
He also said that when his second child came, his wife used crutches because of some complications that she had and for the third child, his wife was bedridden and in a wheelchair for 5 months with pelvic girdle pain.
He revealed that the pain was so much that they thought they would lose the third pregnancy.
As a result of all they went through to have their children, the Iroko TV boss said that they truly believe that they are God's blessing for them.
He, however, noted that when people tell him that he has a perfect smile, he just smiles. According to him, nothing is perfect, adding that everyone is scared and going through their own struggles.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian woman welcomed a baby girl after 22 years of waiting for a child.
A Nigerian lady identified as Amarachi on Twitter shared the exciting news with members of the internet community.
According to her, the new mum is her cousin and she had been searching for a child for a total of 22 years. An excited Amarachi noted that the lord wiped away the tears of her cousin by blessing her with a beautiful baby girl.
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