Before Banky W and Adesua’s son “Zaiah Olusegun” was born, Adesua had miscarriages up to…

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Before Banky W and Adesua’s son “Zaiah Olusegun” was born, Adesua had miscarriages up to…

Before the arrival of the beautiful son of famous entertainers- Banky and Adesua Wellington; Adesua had actually been pregnant before but had a miscarriage. The miscarriage may actually be more than once. This is because Banky W in one of his birthday messages to his wife Adesua on 22nd February said “He turned our tears into triumph and our loss into laughter.”

Usually, when people talk about loss in a marriage; it has to do with miscarriage. What y’all think?

View Banky’s birthday message to Adesua Etomi Wellington on her 35th birthday on the 22nd of February…

“Happy birthday to my lady, my love and Purpose Partner, My world, my wife and Baby Mama. I didn’t think it was possible for you to be more beautiful than you already were… but I was wrong. Because you’re not just beautiful, you’re strong. You’re grace and favour personified, and you’re so much more. Words cannot properly express how grateful I am for you, how much I love you, or what we’ve been through. I’m thankful that you’re mine And that God made everything beautiful in His time He turned our tears into triumph, and our loss into laughter He’s changed our lives forever, here’s to the next (and best) chapter Nothing I can say or do can top what He gave us My baby had a baby and he’s everything we prayed for @adesuaetomi Happy birthday “Mama Zaiah” I love you SCATTER.”

Banky and Adesua Wellington are famous Nigerian celebrities who tied the knot on Sunday, 19th November 2017. The expectations of the couple and other well-wishers was that after 9 months, there would be a naming ceremony; but that did not happen.

Year in year out, this couple yearned for their offspring, even while being monitored by the public. However, they kept on waiting on God year in and year out. In their waiting period; the monitoring spirits kept on monitoring; there were people who fixed their gaze on Adesua’s tummy, while some fixed their gaze on Bank W’s manhood; which translates to; are these people fruitful at all.

People tried to pressurize them and made them a mocking object. They made it look like as a woman Adesua was promiscuous, and as a man, he had used his children for ritual in order to get fame, endorsement, and wealth. But this beautiful couple still did not give up, until God put a smile on their faces. God answered their prayers and bless them with a son. Adesua and Banky W now have a beautiful son. ( To the monitoring spirit, enough of the monitoring).

The name of their son is Hazaiah Olusegun Champ Wellington. (They call him Zaiah, pronounced Zah-Yah, or Champ) Olusegun is a Yoruba name that translates to God’s victory. While Hazaiah has a “Hebrew Origin.” It means God sees.

The reason they picked the name “Olusegun” is not far-fetched. The reason is that God has given them victory over barrenness and their enemies. The name captures their testimony regarding the journey towards Olusegun’s arrival. Zaiah is an answer to their prayers; they were indeed victorious at last. He clothed them with a new garment and gave them a new name. Now, what people call Banky and Adesua Etomi is Mama and Papa Z.

Isn’t God just awesome? Congratulations to the new mum and dad. The birth of their son has drawn the couple closer to God, as they released a beautiful song titled “Final Say” to testify of God’s goodness. The “Final Say” song & video premiered on Friday, Feb 26th. The song was written by Banky W and Maytronomy. It was produced by Cobhams Asuquo, and the video was directed by Oladayo. The video stars Adesua Etomi, while 6 months pregnant with Zaiah, who was born in January.

View what Banky said in one of his Instagram posts

“God had the Final Say. And I don’t know what you’re praying or hoping for… but I do know that God is still in the business of answering prayers, and if you can trust Him, and place your faith in the Giver, not in your preferred timing of His gift, nothing is impossible. If He could do this for us, please believe He can do anything for you. ” “Our hearts are full. Our joy knows no bounds. And I pray that in these incredibly tough, dark, and challenging times, our story, final say song, and video will put a smile on your face, a pep in your step, and a glimmer of hope in your heart. “

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