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60-year-old woman celebrate miracle of child birth

A 60-year-old woman who got married at 43 had to wait for 16 years to have her first baby.

A 60-year-old woman who got married at the age of 43 and had to wait on God for another 16 years before being bless with the fruit of the womb, has cause to thank God as He is never late.

Tunrayo Alagbe, against all odds, got married on 3rd September, 1998, to Paul Alagbe, and when everyone, including family members and friends had given up hopes of the couple ever having their own child, she was blessed with one on the 29th of December, 2014.

The miraculous story of the faithfulness of God is carried in the Tribune Newspaper when the couple christened their new baby on the 5th of January, 2015, and journalist cum blogger, Rita Okonoboh goes back memory lane and chronicles the journey of the trials nd tribulations of the couple through the years in this motivating piece.

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