Nigerian Woman From Abia State Gave Birth To A Goat Instead Of Baby

Admin, 09/02/2017
Nigerian Woman From Abia State Gave Birth To A Goat Instead Of Baby

It was a shocking news, February 7, when a lady who had been pregnant for around 3 years in Rivers state, give birth to a goat. 

As per a Facebook client, Simeon Chukwu, the lady got conveyed at Karaka Community Hall in Rumuowha Eneka territory of Port Harcourt. 

The hopes of relatives who were excited that the woman had at long last started giving birth were dashed after they were informed that she conveyed a goat rather than a child.

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