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Nigerian couple welcomes baby after 12 years of waiting.

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The journey to parenthood can be quite an emotionally draining one filled with doubts and disappointments for some people. For this Nigerian couple, it took 12 years before they became parents.

The new mom identified as Rosemarie Ayodele Oyedele was filled with gratitude to God as she took to Facebook to announce that she and her husband had welcomed their daughter. Sharing beautiful family photos with the adorable bundle of joy, Oyedele thanked God for not failing them. Nigerian couple welcomes baby girl after 12 years of waiting

She wrote: “Our joy is full. God is ever.faithful to.fail. 12years of Gods delay. 12years.of.answered prayers. our shiloh baby has finally arrived. 12years of believing. God finally showed himself cos he is too good to fail. we welcome our princess who.came to give us everlasting joy.”

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Lai Mohammed calls for regulation of social media.

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The minister of information and culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, on Tuesday, October 27 said that the nation is sitting on a keg of gun powder regarding the issue of fake news, hence the need for the federal government to immediately begin to regulate the social media space.

The minister stated this while responding to questions from federal lawmakers when he appeared before the House of Representatives committee on information, national orientation, ethics and values.Alhaji Lai Mohammed has continued his advocacy for social media regulation. Alhaji Mohammed made reference to the recent #ENDSARS protest, saying that it was fought on social media.

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“They mobilised using social media. The war today revolves around two things. Smart phones and data and these young men don’t even watch television or listen to the radio or read newspapers. “We are sitting on a time bomb on this issue of fake news. Unfortunately, we have no national policy on social media and we need one. The minister’s latest comments is expected to spark reactions across the country as young Nigerians have been warning against government’s alleged plans to gag them on social media.

The authorities have promised that they don’t intend to completely shut down social media in the country, but the distrust between government and the led in Nigeria has been that of mutual suspicion.

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