Pregnancy and childbirth is a wonderful and amazing thing for everyone. Becoming a mother is an exciting thing for a woman who is ready for it, but getting pregnant when you think it's not time for it, can be a painful moment of your life.
While It is a norm for Nigerian women to get married and give birth around the age of 25, some of Nigerians celebrities broke this norm and had kids while the were teenagers, some got married before giving birth. Do you know that some of you favourite celebrities got pregnant before the turned 20?
Here are just five of your all time celebrities who had a child before they turned 20
This beautiful and talented Nollywood superstar met her man at the age of 16, they got married when she was 18 years and had her first daughter when she was 19 years.
This all time Nollywood super star became a mother at the age of 17. Genevieve Nnaji got pregnant when she was still in secondary school as a teenager.
Beautiful and talented Nigerian singer and songwriter, Waje, had her first child (daughter) when she was 17 years.
4. Amarachi Kanu
Amarachi Kanu is the current wife of former Nigerian Super Eagles captain, Kanu Nwankwo. She got married to him at the age of 18 and gave birth as of that time.
5. Ireti Doyle
The Nigerian Nollywood superstar, Ireti Doyle, had her first child (daughter) at the age of 17
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