Nigerian woman shares testimony of how she had twins after losing her first baby

Nigerian woman shares testimony of how she had twins after losing her first baby

Woman who lost her first child after having a stillbirth, celebrates after welcoming a set of twins on Valentine's Day.

"He gave me double for my trouble" Nigerian woman who gave birth to twins after painful stillbirth shares her testimony

Yerinne and her Husband welcomed their twins after she had a stillbirth during the previous pregnancy

NAIJ.com was elated by the news of a woman who was blessed with twins after losing her first pregnancy.

The joyful mother identified as Yerinne Etifa, welcomed her twins Warepamawei and Ebimoboere, on Valentine's day, February 14, 2017, after losing her first pregnancy in a stillbirth.

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Sharing the story and pictures of her bundles of joy on her Instagram page, Yerinne wrote:

"He gave me double for my trouble" Nigerian woman who gave birth to twins after painful stillbirth shares her testimony

The twins, Warepamawei and Ebimoboere Etifa, were born after their mother had a stillbirth during her first pregnancy

See screenshots of her posts below:

"He gave me double for my trouble" Nigerian woman who gave birth to twins after painful stillbirth shares her testimony
"He gave me double for my trouble" Nigerian woman who gave birth to twins after painful stillbirth shares her testimony
"He gave me double for my trouble" Nigerian woman who gave birth to twins after painful stillbirth shares her testimony
"He gave me double for my trouble" Nigerian woman who gave birth to twins after painful stillbirth shares her testimony

See more pictures of them below:

Nigerian woman shares testimony of how she had twins after losing her first baby

Yerinne welcomed her twin babies on February 14, 2017

Nigerian woman shares testimony of how she had twins after losing her first baby

Meanwhile, do you know that Igboora in Oyo state is also known as the 'home of twins' because they have recorded the most multiple births in Nigeria?

Source: Gossip.naij.com

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