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Meet The Amazing Woman Who Gave Birth To Prophet TB Joshua After 15 Months Pregnancy

Always remember that children are a gift from God but the pain and suffering that most women go through during pregnancy cannot even be explained, all mothers are great at that.

During pregnancy, breast discomfort and periodic cramps are common in early pregnancy.


While occasional abdominal cramps are normal, women should see a doctor if they are concerned, or if the cramps are severe or accompanied by bleeding.


One woman's symptoms were so severe that she had to be taken to the hospital to be checked for an ectopic pregnancy or ovarian cyst.


This discomfort, on the other hand, is not uncommon. In the end, everything was fine and her doctor suspected it was irritable bowel syndrome that had her being treated with dietary changes.

Temitope Balogun Joshua, often called T.B. Joshua, is a charismatic Nigerian pastor, television evangelist, and philanthropist.


He was the leader and founder of the Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN), who died on June 5, 2021.


Therefore, we cannot mention Joshua's tuberculosis without talking about the woman who gave birth to him and trained him in adulthood after losing his father at a young age.


Meet the woman who gave birth to Joshua's TB after 15 months of pregnancy. Unfortunately, both of them are dead.


She reportedly spent 15 months in the womb and narrowly escaped death seven days after giving birth when rocks from an explosion in a quarry near her home cracked the roof. Joshua's birth is also said to have been "foretold" 100 years before his birth.


What do you think after seeing the photos of the mother who gave birth to the Prophet after 15 months in her womb?


He once posted a photo of himself with his mother before they died, which you can see above.


May his soul rest in peace for a long time.

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