Sometimes I Went to Bed in Tears: Nigerian Woman Shamed by Many Finally Gives Birth to Twins

Sometimes I Went to Bed in Tears: Nigerian Woman Shamed by Many Finally Gives Birth to Twins

  • A Nigerian woman, Bridget Avwevuruo Omolori, has said that many people threw words of scorn at her when she had no kid
  • Omolori's husband supported her during the trial as he always told her that their time to have children will surely come
  • After attending Shiloh 2020, the lady was confirmed pregnant and months after, gave birth to twins

A Nigerian lady, Bridget Avwevuruo Omolori, took to Facebook on Thursday, August 13, to celebrate the birthing of her twins.

The lady said that before she could conceive, she went through a lot of embarrassment from people. Omolori thanked her husband, Thomas, who stood by her during her trying time.

Many people congratulated her.
The woman said she sometimes went to bed crying. Photo source: Bridget Avwevuruo Omolori
Source: Facebook

Her husband supported her

The woman said that though her man might not be the perfect husband, he fought for her when it was necessary.

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Some of the words people threw at her were: “We told you she is without a womb”. In response, her husband always said that their time will definitely come.

The woman's joy came

As a step of faith, the couple attended Shiloh 2020 and joined different service units. During the convention, their prayer was that they wanted to be confirmed pregnant in December of the same year.

Her tears were turned into joy as the same woman whom many had derided gave birth to twins - a boy and a girl.

Read her Facebook post below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions to her testimony below:

Igbinosa Beaute said:

"Congratulations, God can not shame his own."

Debby Johnson said:

"Congratulations dear, am so happy for you, indeed God is truly wonderful."

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Abby Ezeh said:

"Big congratulations. God’s time is truly perfect. Enjoy your bundles of joy with reckless abandon."

Thaddus Okhaifoh said:

"Congratulations God is always our ever present help."

Eiyegbeni Confidence Efenomen said:

"Congratulations to you delay is not denial, welcome home cuties."

Another family rejoiced

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Marvel Iyen, went online to talk about the unimaginable blessing he had in his marriage when hope seemed dim.

On Friday, August 6, the man revealed that six months before he and his wife, Favour, married, she had pains in her abdomen.

After going to the hospital and was examined, doctors revealed that the woman does not ovulate and will never be able to get pregnant.

Source: Legit

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