Heartbreaking: Beautiful Woman d!es as she gives birth to twins.


The tragic story of a mother who died in childbirth has filled social media users with teary emotions.

Despite being one of life’s most rewarding experiences, the birthing process is often incredibly painful and difficult, and it sometimes results in tears.

After losing his wife and mother of his twin children during childbirth, a Nigerian man has broken down.

He shared his sad tale on social media, announcing that his wife died after giving birth to the twins by c-section.

He is now alone with his twins and without a child, and he is clearly heartbroken.

The man has been identified as Matthew Uzochukwu, and his lovely deceased companion, Chisom, has been identified as well.

Read his heartbreaking tale below…

“Alia Matthew Uzochukwu wrote:

In a few days, ‘ my destiny-in-marriage ‘ will be laid to rest and I can’t help thinking back how all this horror movie started from no where.

Chisom didn’t deserve to die, I don’t deserve this fate. She was so prayerful and full of life until I came to the hospital that fateful evening. Pained out from the complicated CS, and its accompanied bleeding, I saw my woman looking pale and weak but she was still hopeful that she would be alright, somehow, for such was her faith in God.

I remember vividly her words, ” Sugar I did it, I did this for us. Do you like our babies? I hope they are beautiful? ”

Then came the most hellish and haunting moment of my life. I had been called by the mother who said that Som Som wanted to see me. I dashed into the room where she was lying and knew that something was wrong, devastatingly wrong.

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Som Som, I am so sorry it has to be this way, life wasn’t fair to us, it wasn’t. How can a lady who never showed anger die ? How can the lady who was just happy to live and see me happier die ? What kind of life does this wickedness ? I have dedicated my life to cherish what is left of us, our children.


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