Couple loose newborn twins in car accident, after 17 years of childlessness

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A Nasarawa State-conceived couple, Shedrack and Mercy Audu are as of now crushed after their twin kids kicked the bucket in a deadly mishap on Monday, April 17, while on their approach to Makurdi, Benue State.

Clearly, these couple have been childless for a long time, and when they at last got the product of the womb, they brought forth an arrangement of twins on seventh of November, 2016, a kid and a young lady.

The kids were initiated Joseph and Philomena, yet after 5 months, the twins were killed in a mishap.

Addressing Sunday Sun, Shedrack, a teacher at Nasarawa State Polytechnic said they went to Makurdi, on the welcome of his chest companion, Fidelis Mbaka, to demonstrate to him their beloved newborns.

On that pivotal day, the couple set out with the children at around 10.30am on board a passenger vehicle, which took off from the Lafia engine stop in transit Makurdi.

A 911 vehicle stacked with yam originating from the other way smashed into their vehicle while manouvring off a hole, killing seven people on the spot including the 5-month old twin infants. Among the dead were the driver and four different travelers on board the Toyota auto in which Shedrack was going with his family.

The couple, who were the main survivors were saved and hurried to the General Hospital, Daudu, where they were restored and set on serious watch over one week, before being exchanged to the Dalhatu Specialist Hospital, Lafia, Nasarawa State capital. They were as of late confirmed fit and released.

"My sibling, life is useless and pointless to me now; I have surrendered my life to God. I am 50 years of age while my better half is 42; we have enabled God to do His desire", says Shedrack, as he recounted the narrative of his fight with childlessness before an achievement, however the delight was fleeting.

"My twins were conceived on November 7, 2016, and they kicked the bucket on April 17, 2017. I met my better half who is of Eggon extraction from Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa State, in 1998 at the University of Jos where I was contemplating for my Master's degree in Business Management; she was an understudy in the Theater Arts division. We dated for a year and got hitched. Three years after our marriage, there was no pregnancy and we ended up plainly stressed; we went to Dalhatu Specialist Hospital for restorative checkup and after a point by point examination, it was found that she did a premature birth in 1997 through a quack specialist, which influenced her womb.

"From that time till 2016, we were in and out of the clinic attempting to perceive how she could imagine without any result. We were at first apprehensive that once she achieved menopause, it would be a major issue; she proposed we go for in-vitro preparation (IVF-test tube) where the eggs and sperm are treated outside the womb into test tube, yet I oppose this idea. We stayed dependable to God until February 2016, when she imagined normally and conveyed through caesarian operation. We were to a great degree glad, yet God has taken them away", he regretted.

Shedrack, who hails from Lafia Local Government Area of Nasarawa State, likewise gave realistic points of interest of the deadly crash, which asserted his children.

"As we were moving toward Daudu in Guma Local Government Area of Benue State, a completely stacked 911 truck was avoiding a pothole at the time our auto was likewise consulting to evade it; the truck smashed into our auto. My better half was conveying our female child, Philomina, while I lapped the male, Joseph; they kicked the bucket right away as they were severely hit by parts of the pulverized auto; the driver and four different travelers additionally passed on the spot, while my significant other and I managed wounds. We were taken to the Daudu General Hospital oblivious, yet my twin children who kicked the bucket in a flash were taken to Lafia and covered by my more youthful sibling who was reached through my phone".

Source: Sunday Sun

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