"God is indeed the Onise Iyanu!" One of the recipients of Ibidun Ighodalo's fertility treatment grant welcome a set of twins
Ibidun Ajayi-Ighodalo, wife of Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, is a very happy woman as one of the recipients of her foundation's fertility treatment grant gave birth to a set of twins one week ago.
Recall that the former beauty queen, through her NGO, The Ibidunni Ighodalo Foundation offered grants toward fertility treatments such as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Frozen Embryo Transfer and Intrauterine Insemination, to 28 couples battling with fertility issues.
"2920 days......8years plus over 170 needles/injections , various failed hospital attempts but 1 God. One God who has done it," she wrote.
"28 couples,15 successful treatment, 5 confirmed pregnancies,1 successful delivery and 2 baby girls breathed their first breaths 7 days ago and IIF is proud to say their first set of twins have finally arrived. Months on waiting with bated breath. Months of encouragment. Months of let Downs. Months of false hopes but finally we have our testimonies. God is indeed God and He truly is the #OniseIyanu. The unquestionable God. Our magnificent father. We cannot but give Him all the praise due to Him for all He has done and continues to do through us and for us and with us. Join us as we welcome Oluwatomini and Oluwatonimi. Thank you also to Roding reproductive medical center @rodingivf #TwinGirls #IIF #ProudMum #proudDad #DontStopBelieving #FirstFruits #WaitIsOver #Babies #HeMadeAWay #HeWillComeThrough #Angels #HesDoneIt #MoreBabiesToCome #ibidunniighodalofoundation #TouchingLives #FulfillingDreams"
Ighodalo had said the grant was borne out of the burning desire to provide couples with the financial aid to actualize their dream of starting a family.
“We understand the challenges many couples face in their time of waiting and it is for this reason we are committed to going with them on this journey and together, we believe their hopes will be turned to happiness,” she said.