“It can not be me” – Nigerian woman stuns many as she delivers baby at 4am, weds at 10am, the same day

  • A Nigerian woman surprised social media by giving birth at 4:00 am on her wedding day and attending it at 10:00 am the same day.
  • The video highlights a woman giving birth at 4:00 am and returning to prepare for her wedding at 10:00 am, emphasizing the strength of women.
  • The video shows a woman cradling her newborn baby after delivery.

A beautiful Nigerian woman shocked social media followers by giving birth at 4:00 a.m. on her wedding day and attended her wedding at at 10:00 a.m. the same day.

This was captured in a video with the caption: “She gave birth around 4:00 a.m. and returned to prepare for her wedding at 10:00 a.m.” Women are the strongest.

In the video, the woman is seen embracing her newborn baby after giving birth.

Moments later, she is seen dressed nicely for her wedding.

The unusual event of giving birth and attending her wedding on the same day without missing a beat piqued the interest of social media users, who swamped the post’s comments area with their thoughts.

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Reacting to the post…

@user9794133812181: “Let’s be very very careful with the things we do as women! This is a serious risk! Child birth is no joke!”

@Viccom fabrics: “My story I also gave birth around sevent in the morning while programme start by 10am.wasn’t expecting to give birth so early,pregnancy was just 7mont.”

@Mercy Ngouajio: “Just imagining red water fall down. Chaiiiii. Any laugh proooofff on wedding dress choooiiiii.”

@Maya Simon: “I gave birth around 1am nd went for my wedding with my baby as my little bride by 7am.”

@Treasure Land collection: “congratulations dear. for those of you complaining it’s just a wedding and not a vacation. she’ll just go to church for the marriage vow and rush her.”

@Smile queen: “Congratulations o I also put to bed by 9:58am and rushed to my wedding venue by 10:00am I almost missed my own wedding women are the strongest.”

@oma finest: “it can not be me even if strong as the pastor father whatsoever come bless us alone(child dedication we do combined service) T for thank you.”

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