Fortune blesses Adamawa state lawmaker with triplets

Fortune blesses Adamawa state lawmaker with triplets

- Lumsambani Dilli, a member of the Adamawa state Assembly, is full of joy as he and his wife just welcomed a set of triplets

- The couple had been married for 24 years without children

- Dilli said both mother and babies are hale and hearty

It is all joy for Lumsambani Dilli, a member of the Adamawa State Assembly, as his wife just put to bed.

The couple, according to Premium Times, had been childless 24 years since their marriage.

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“Both the mother and the babies are all hale and hearty. We found out we were having triplets. I am proud and grateful that after nearly 24 years of marriage, my wife delivered three healthy, beautiful babies .

Fortune blesses Adamawa state lawmaker with triplets

Lumsambani Dilli, a member of Adamawa State House of Assembly and his wife. Photo credit: Premium Times

I can’t express the pure happiness of having a baby,” Dilli, who represents Demsa local government area‎, said on Wednesday, December, 6.

His wife who also spoke about the good news, said: “The lord is good as today Mr. and Mrs. Lumsambani Mijah Dilli are blessed with triplets after 24 years of marriage without bearing a child, glory be to God.

Previously, NAIJ.com reported that Alhaji Adamu Usman, the Emir of the member representing Toungo constituency in the Adamawa House of Assembly had been abducted by unknown gunmen in the state capital, Yola.

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The lawmaker was snatched at his home at Kofare Ward of Yola last night, NAN reports. The police have confirmed the incident, with the Adamawa police spokesman Othman Abubakar revealing that Usman was kidnapped at gunpoint.

However, he assured the public that the police were currently investigating the matter.

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Source: Naija.ng

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