Nigerian Lady gives birth to a catfish in Church (photos)

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A shocking video and photos making rounds on social media, showed moment a Nigerian lady gave birth to a catfish in a Church today in Bayelsa State.

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According to eyewitnesses, the incident occurred at Prophetic Light Ministry, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State and the catfish was ‘placed’ in her womb by her husband. Here are photos below;

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Few months ago also, it was alleged that a lady allegedly gave birth to a reptile in a town’s market in Rivers state after two years of carrying the pregnancy. Some Facebook users have taken to the platform to share, with photos, how a lady was who has been pregnant for two years gave birth to a lizard at Omoku market, Rivers state.

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A user, Ahamuefuna Ijeoma Darlintina, who shared the most photos, wrote;

“speechless….God forbid….a woman after two years of pregnant…giving birth to a lizard… in market omoku ….it was a shocked to me”

Another user, Festus Emeka wrote,

“This is life in omoku market a woman deliver lizard people are wicket in this Word”

Jenni Blink wrote,

“what a tragedy a woman with 2 years pregnancy finally delivered a live lizard in omoku market today.”

Brown Johnson,

“Hmmmm i really dnt know wat dis world is turning into. see wat a woman given birth to in omoku market after 2years pregnancy..i just tire”

There was also a report in 2017 which alleged that, residents of Rumuowha Eneka community in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State were thrown into shock and fright after a woman who had been carrying a three-year-old pregnancy allegedly gave birth to a goat.

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According to an eyewitness, Simeon Chukwu who posted the incident on his Facebook wall, the woman who is from Abia State but married to a man from Akwa Ibom State, was delivered after a prayer and fasting period at a branch of the Redeemed Christian Church of God at the Karaka Community Hall in the area.

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