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Monday, September 17, 2018

Jubilation As Blogger Linda Ikeji Gives Birth To Baby Bo

Popular Nigerian Blogger, Linda Ikeji who is currently in Atlanta has finally put to bed as she welcomed a bouncing baby boy. Her sister, Sandra who was with her during labour revealed that she just pushed twice and baby J came out crying.

She wrote: "Mummy J pushed just twice and baby J came out crying, I haven't seen Labour as easy as this, the Doctors were so happy cos this happened within minutes. I know this 'cos I was in the labour room Congratulations @officiallindaikeji we welcome J with much love. Thank you baba God."

On her blog, Linda Ikeji wrote;

“I welcomed my first child, popularly known as baby J today September 17th in a hospital in Atlanta. I can’t believe I'm a mum. More later. Make I sleep small for now. lol. Thanks guys for the well wishes. Love you guys so much!

The blogger, whose pregnancy has made headlines in the past months and generated a lot of interest. Linda Ikeji has given some hints on the qualities of the man who is responsible for her pregnancy. Linda took to her social media account to reveal that the man who still remains a mystery is tall, dark and handsome, which are the qualities she expects baby J to have.

Meanwhile, Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo reacts to news of Linda Ikeji’s delivery of her son. Insists she used a surrogate.

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Anuforo Osinachi James

Congratulations to her. We love and celebrate her. The God that did it for her will do it for as many that are expectant.

Lindy Ogee Ekedede

Congratulations ma welcome Baby J

Endy Edeson

@JAMES: Amen. @Lindy: baby J is the latest kid in town now.

Amy Benny

Am happy for her, to God be the glory

Faith Kinika


Bussy Duro

Congratulations to her

Olajide Bobby J Horlaoshebykan

Api 4 yuuuu linda

Uroko Victor Onuora

Ime okwa or ime mkpuke is now being applauded huh?...,let's wait until secondary school girls start emulating these waywardness first then we'll realize we're Africans and in Africa we have norms and social NO NOs
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