- After ten years of praying for the fruit of the womb, a Nigerian woman has finally given birth to twins
- The woman's niece identified as Ifeoma Uchenna took to social media to share the good news, saying what God cannot do does not exist
- She shared adorable photos of the woman when she was still heavily pregnant with her bundle of joy
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A Nigerian woman has finally welcomed twins after ten years of praying for the fruit of the womb.
The disclosure was made on social media by the new mum's niece Ifeoma Uchenna who was excited that the waiting was finally over.
Sharing adorable photos of the mother-of-twins on Facebook, she wrote:
"Indeed what God cannot do doesn't exist.
After 10 years of marriage, God finally answered my aunt and her husband with a set of twins. Am really happy and grateful to God. #FaithfulGod."
Nigerians on Facebook were soon in the comment section to congratulate the new mum.
Samuel Emmy wrote:
"Congratulations. Truly what God cannot do does not exist."
Wisdom Jacob commented:
"Congratulations my people!! God is faithful!!"
Mhiz Goody Gold said:
Engr Ima Onoyom Ita reacted:
"Congratulations sweetheart, I'm so happy for u."
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Funmilayo Oluwadara was a mother of five before giving birth to the set of quintuplets.
The 38-year-old woman, who is married to a Togolese man, delivered the babies on Thursday, March 4.
Dr Afolabi Sikurulahi, who handled the delivery expressed gratitude to God for the safe arrival of the babies.
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