- Big tragedy struck a Nigerian family as a woman, Adedotun Afusat Feyishara, died hours after she gave birth to four children at once
- Afusat had been trying to conceive before the quadruplets came along as she waited for long seven years
- Oluwatomisin, her sister who made her death known, said she would be greatly missed by her family
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A woman, Adedotun Afusat Feyishara, who waited seven years to have children passed away shortly after she gave birth to a set of quadruplets on Tuesday, August 25.
The sister of the late woman, Olawale Adedotun Oluwatomisin, shared the horrible news on her Facebook page on Thursday, August 27, as she said that Afusat was her confidante.
The grieving Oluwatomisin said she never thought she would ever use her picture to announce her death, adding that God took her and gave them three girls and a boy.
She used the picture of Afusat when she was pregnant with her babies. Many people who commented on the post offered their condolences.
"Words can’t describe how wonderful u are, a great listener, my fashionista, my gist partner, a shoulder to lean on in the time of worries, my confidant, a sister like no other, I never for once imagined using your pics for obituary but God knows best.
"God took you and gave us Quadruplet (3 girls and a boy) you will forever be remembered. I love you sis and I will always do, still we meet and part no more. RIP Fadimu Feyishara Afusat Ajoke Ade omo Adedotun," she posted.
Below are some of the reactions it got:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 54-year old Nigerian woman, Funmi Ajagbe, gave birth to a set of triplets in her first pregnancy, a thing that does not usually happen.
The new mother’s friend, Odunayo Olupona, took to Facebook to disclose that Funmi welcomed her babies despite the long wait.
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In her post on Tuesday, August 11, she posed a rhetorical question, asking: "Is there anything too hard for God to do?" as she emphasised with Yoruba praise words how great He is.
She said that the newborns are all same gender, boys. Odunayo said her case is a perfect example that no matter how rough the road is, joy always comes at last.
The friend added not only has God given her extraordinary gifts with the babies, but her name has also changed.
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