Tell Me It's A Lie: Reactions As Woman Gave Birth To A Baby Boy She Carried For 8 Years.
By Chysomfaith | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 1227 views
A lady who goes by the name Ngozi stephen has taken to her social media page (Facebook) to share a testimony of how a new mother was delivered of a bouncing baby boy after he had stayed in his mother’s womb for 8 years.
According to her, She is thankful that God proved himself as a miracle worker in her family.
"Haaaaa!!!!! Who said this our God isn’t good
God has really proved himself as the miracle worker in my family today. Bouncing baby boy delivered after staying in the mum’s womb for 8 good years Chineke Nara ekele mo."
This has elicited a lot of reactions as to whether she meant after 8 years of barrenness or 8 month of pregnancy. Some suggested she should have done caesarian operation to bring the baby out, most think its all a lie and others congratulated.
There is still a miraculous God.
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