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Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Couple from Bayelsa welcomes Sextuplets after 28 years of barrenness

God has put a smile on a couple's face in Bayelsa, Nigeria again. Deaconess, Doris Levi Wilson and her husband have welcomed sextuplets (six children) after 28 years of barrenness. 



According to reports, Doris wasn't able to conceive but after a few years, God blessed her with twins. After six years, God blessed her with another sets of children - Sextuplets. All these things happened after 28 years of marriage without children.



Narrating the story, popular journalist, Kos-Ikah Onisoman wrote:

"WOMAN GIVES BIRTH TO SEXTUPLETS SIX YEARS AFTER DELIVERY OF A SET OF TWINS IN BAYELSA.

One Dcns. Doris Levi Wilson, a native of koluama community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area in Bayelsa State has given birth to a set of sextuplets six years after giving birth to a set of twins, a male and a female.

Mrs Doris while speaking to newsmen at her residence in Yenagoa thanked God for blessing her after twenty eight years of waiting for a child after which she was blessed with a set of twins and now a set of sextuplets.

She ended by calling on couples waiting on God for such blessings to remain steadfast in faith as God who did it for her will also do for them.
The babies are four girls and two boys the babies arrived on Tuesday 9th February 2021.

Mr Levi Wilson, father of the babies also thanked God for the bundle of Blessing, said steadfastness in faith and service to God brought them the blessing and urged other couples to keep trusting God and remain steadfast in faith as they keep believing God will answer them as he believes the God that brought the babies will continue to supply the resources needed to sustain them.

... Onisoman kos-Ikah, reports from Yenagoa."

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