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Congratulations! Ruth Matete welcomes bouncing baby girl

October 23, 2020 at 13:32
Congratulations! Ruth Matete welcomes bouncing baby girl

Even after developing birth complications, Ruth Matete is finally a proud mom to a bouncing baby girl.

The gospel singer delivered her first child with the late Belovedj0hn Apewajoye on Monday, October 19.

Baby Joana Toluwa Apewajoye was delivered at Ruai Family hospital, RFH.

Also read: Video of Ruth Matete swimming with heavy baby bump excites netizens

News that was kept under wraps by the embattled gospel singer whose last couple of months have not been easy on her.

Singer Ruth Matete

After losing her Nigerian husband in a fire accident. To spending months in a push and pull with the Law in a bid to get her husbands body for burial, nearly giving up on it. God has indeed remained faithful to the singer.

The beauty who kept parading her growing belly in stunning baby bump photo shoots, is reported to have gone into labor on Sunday, October 18, in the company of her supportive dad, Abel Amunga.

Ruth Matete welcomes bouncing baby girl, Toluwa

For him, it never felt more proud to hold his own flesh and blood in his arms.

Ruth Matete birth complications

However, the beauty is reported to have gone into labor earlier than her set date after experiencing high blood pressure.

“She had high blood pressure and in order to save the baby and the mother, the doctor recommended a premature CS be done which was successful and both are safe and healthy,” Mr Abel Amunga divulged.

Abel Amunga with daughter Ruth Matete

The singer was set to deliver around mid-November but the baby came 3 weeks earlier. Interestingly, the church pastor kept hinting she was expecting a baby boy, Joshua.

According to Ruths dad, her first and second scans showed the baby is a boy but the third revealed it is a girl.

“I am a proud grandpa,” Mr Abel screamed.

Ruth Matete glows in baby bump shoot

Congratulations to her!




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