Nigerian media personality and CEO of Ebonylife TV Mo Abudu, has shared an inspiring story of her friend's life.
Mo took to her Instagram to express God's love and faithfulness in the life of her friend Vivian who gave birth at the age of 51.
According to Mo Abudu her Vivian met and fell in love with her husband Js when she was 50, she wanted a child badly and she was concerned about it's possibility due to her age.
She added that she was so surprised to hear the news of her birthing a bouncing baby girl against all the fears they carried about her conception.
She further noted that one should never give up on God as there is nothing he can not fulfill at the right time.
She wrote: "My darling Viv, today I celebrate you and I thank God for your life and strength. What a testimony your life has become. You met and fell in love with JS as we fondly call him when you were about to turn 50❤❤. You guys got married. The most beautiful wedding ever. Then came the wait for a child and you were so determined about having this child, we were worried because you had just turned 50 then. But you persisted and yesterday to the glory of God, you gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. How wonderful is that Sweetheart God loves you specially to do all these wonderful things for you. Congratulations darling. JS thank you so much for making our friend so happy. Lord thank you for your love, favor and kindness in the life of Viv and JS. I mean look at this beautiful pic of my darling Besto during her pregnancy and she is 51, incredible. I am also sharing this story to say, never ever give up and with God on your side and with a good heart, all things are surely possible."
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Vivian Chiologi is a 51-year old Beauty entrepreneur and socialite and her husband, a top NFF licensed player agent, John Shittu.
The couple got married in London at the 5 star Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane in 2016, and welcomed their bundle of joy on Thursday April 19, 2018, in London.
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