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Couple welcome quintuplets in Cross River State after 10years of childlessness

A Nigerian couple who has been Childless for ten years has welcomed quintuplets.

The couple welcomed the babies at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, on Monday January 9th, the first ever in the history of the state.

Narrating the experience, the excited father of the babies, Dr Edet said:

"God is never late. I have waited on for 10years for these children. We realised that God was going to bless us with something special when my wife had a scan after some months of the pregnancy. At that point, we knew she was carrying more than one baby in her womb."

He expressed happiness at the birth of the babies and said he would need support from well-meaning Nigerians as well as the Cross River State Government to enable them take good and proper care of the babies.

Congratulations and welcome to the world beautiful babies. This is indeed the Lord’s doing and it’s marvellous in our eyes.

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