Nigerian woman shows off her 8 sons and 2 daughters

A Nigerian woman identified as Mrs Laye Ajube Smooth, took to Instagram to show off a beautiful family portraits she took with her 8 sons, 2 daughters and her husband.

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The excited Nigerian woman wrote on Instagram;

‘Since I was born till date, I have never received what I always ask from God, God always give me what I deserve not what I need, He always double my needs times 5 of wat I ask from him, he always show me the real me. He always make all his things dat He provide for me look easier and beautiful , whn God give me dis huge family, I was thinking how to manage to take care of dem, but He made it easier even more than I can imagine. Who say God nor dey, na d person sabi. What more can I ask for… Am really really grateful Lord. THANK YOU.

f u try me, I will tell u dat I have, Army, Navie,Captain, spiderman, batman,iron-man, hulk and more..😅😅😅😅 so don’t look for my trouble’

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Recall that a Nigerian man Mohammed Bello Abubakar, 84, has advised other men not to follow his example and marry 86 women.

The former teacher and Muslim preacher, who lives in Niger State with his wives and at least 170 children, says he is able to cope only with the help of God.

“A man with 10 wives would collapse and die, but my own power is given by Allah. That is why I have been able to control 86 of them,” he told the BBC.

He says his wives have sought him out because of his reputation as a healer. “I don’t go looking for them, they come to me. I will consider the fact that God has asked me to do it and I will just marry them.”

But such claims have alienated the Islamic authorities in Nigeria, who have branded his family a cult
“To my understanding the Koran does not place a limit and it is up to what your own power, your own endowment and ability allows,” he says.

“God did not say what the punishment should be for a man who has more than four wives, but he was specific about the punishment for fornication and adultery.”

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