I Never Thought I’d Live to See 2022 – Actress Uche Ogbodo Tells Her Birthing Story at 44

Uche Ogbodo, a Nollywood actress, is thankful to God as she celebrates her new age.

Ogbodo, who turned 44 today, May 17, says she is grateful to God for life because she never imagined she would survive to see 2022. She went on to tell her admirers about her poignant childbirth experience and thanked God for saving her life.

Uche Ogbodo

Uche Ogbodo took to Instagram to express herself in a lengthy message, writing:

“I NEVER THOUGHT I’D SEE THIS YEAR!” Mercy, on the other hand, says NO every time the Enemy rears its ugly head!

I was terrified at the delivery room of my beautiful baby LUMINA (Brighter Light). Something didn’t feel right, and I kept expecting something to go wrong! Maybe my mind was already expecting it because I received so many death wishes from Trolls Online! But I shoved that dread to the back of my mind since I wasn’t going anywhere without my new baby and my Young, Scared, and Strong spouse.

God bless him, he held my hand during the surgery, saying things like “I can do it, I won’t die,” and “What God can’t accomplish doesn’t exist!”

After my son was born, the physicians noticed problems blood sacs in my stomach, which is one of the difficulties that might cause postpartum bleeding.

Thank God for FATIMALI, my amazing doctor, who refused to stitch me up again! God saved my life through this excellent Muslim doctor.

She discovered the problem and insisted it wasn’t normal, that my stomach wasn’t functioning properly. If I had my baby somewhere else, they might have stitched me up and discharged me, but I would have gone home and developed bigger complications, and who knows what would have happened if I had my baby there.

Mercy, on the other hand, refused! That day, my God was in the theater! The Holy Spirit came through for Me, my God who watches over me. My God, who is capable of exceedingly doing all things for me according to his Will and Glory to bring everything to a perfect and expected conclusion.”

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