Nigerian Woman Tragically Passed Away Shortly After Giving Birth To Her First Child After 13-Year Of Waiting

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Nigerian Woman Tragically Passed Away Shortly After Giving Birth To Her First Child After 13-Year Of Waiting

Jessica Sewuese Zever, in a post on Thursday, July 4, 2024, shared that Mesuur had held off moving into her new home until she could do so with her newborn baby, whom she had long awaited.

Friends and family are grieving her loss deeply.

“Pryma wam! Your long-awaited desire finally came true, but you did not stay to enjoy it. You insisted on waiting to move into your new house until after giving birth, wanting to begin this new chapter with your baby, the one you patiently anticipated for 13 years,” Jessica wrote.

“Your Girls Brigade installation was scheduled for next month, and you were eagerly anticipating it. We had planned a grand thanksgiving service so you could share your greatest testimonies, but now we find ourselves preparing for your funeral.

“Loving you was effortless, and our friendship was pure bliss. We shared so much in common, and I don’t know if it’s mere coincidence, but when you passed, I was wearing one of the clothes you gave me.

“My dear sugar sister, I am grateful for every single moment we spent together. All that remains now are cherished memories that I will hold dear forever.

“Now that you are an angel, I hope you are still able to bake those fantastic cakes for all the hosts of heaven. Mesuur Abata, rest easy, girl.”

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