Monday, November 29, 2021

The World’s First Surviving Octuplets Celebrate One Birthday!

The Octuplets were born to Iyke and Nkem December 20th, 1998. One of them, a girl died after 7 days and another girl was born 3years later.


Kemi Olunloyo posted on Twitter how one of them dropped out of their mother’s womb on 8th of December. The Journalist narrated how she was there witnessing how it all played out.

See her post below:


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My friends Iyke and Nkem delivered Octuplets in December 20th 1998. I was there. Each fit the palm of your hands. One girl died after 7 days, another girl born 3 years later. On December 8th 1998, one baby girl fell out of Nkem’s womb then she started bleeding and they had to sew her womb shut! The whole country was praying from East to West Coast. That was Ebuka!! The General. Today she is 20yo. There is a God. I witnessed it all and threw their 5th birthday in Houston, Texas in 2003. Lots of media including the Associated Press AP. I was their publicist during their childhood @hnnafricapr. Today they are using their college scholarships they received as baby gifts and attend different universities. December 20th they celebrate together yearly. The others were born that day. Happy birthday to my former clients.🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂🎂 Chukwuebuka Chidinma Chinecherem Chimaijem Chidera #RIP Chukwubuikem Chijioke Chinagorom AND THEIR SISTER Favour. Spoke to their dad last week. The parents are now separated. 😞😞 Wishing the Octuplets well. FOLLOW #HNNWellness #HNNFamily

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