- A Swiss woman who married a Nigerian man has been celebrated online after she announced the birth of their baby
- The woman who gave the baby's name as Nnanyereugo Ifeanyi said that the newborn came to complete their family
- Nigerians congratulated the family as some said they never knew the woman was pregnant going by her social media photos
An oyinbo woman who is popular on Twitter as Nwanyi Ocha and married to an Anambra man has gone online to announce the birth of their baby.
Calling him Nnanyereugo Ifeanyi, she said that with the baby, the family is now complete. She shared a photo of herself, her husband, and the newborn.
How they met years ago
Recall that the same woman months ago revealed how she met her husband many years ago abroad.
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When the man asked for her phone number then in a club, the woman said that if they are really meant for each other, they would see again.
Well wishes flowed in
In a post on Wednesday, May 4, many Nigerians took to her comment section in their hundreds to congratulate the family.
Read her post below:
At the time of writing this report, the post has gathered over 11,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations. Wait, I never knew you were pregnant tho u do post pictures, or are the pics old ones?
"She's a true African woman. Them no dey post that info. Villa people Don dey social media."
"You are not complete yet o. We need like 2 more."
"Thank chukwu Okike abiama, I rejoice with you."
"Na so I dey shine when dem born me too. My papa come name me "NNANYELUGO". CONGRATULATIONS."
"I am happy with your family. Congratulations. Welcome my namesake."
Another oyinbo lady married an Igbo man
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a white lady in a TikTok video shared her love story. She started off by saying that she dreamt for a long time of marrying a Nigerian man.
In a part of the video showing her walking in an airport, the woman said it was at that particular time God destined their path to cross.
A photo showed them together. The woman stated that she met her Nigerian king in an Igbo man she married.