Miracle child:The black Nigeran couple couldn’t believe their eyes when they first saw their baby girl.
The parents of two sat for a long time, staring at their daughter with blue eyes and blonde hair. It’s nothing short of a miracle to become a parent.
Have you ever seen a white couple welcoming a black baby or the other way around?
While such occurrences are both scientifically and logically mind-boggling, the fact that they are occurring is proof that miracles can occur at any time, anywhere, and to anybody. Something similar was witnessed by two Nigerian parents living in London.
Angela and Ben Ihegboros lived in London as a Nigeran immigrant couple. They had their third child, a baby girl, in 2010.
But they were speechless the instant they saw her for the first time. The 35-year-old mother expressed herself as follows:”She’s stunning, a miracle baby.”
Nmach was the name given to their infant daughter. Little Nmach was born with blonde hair and blue eyes, unlike their other two children, who were black like their parents.The Ihegboros were baffled by what had occurred.
They sat for a long time, staring at their miraculous child. Ben, a 44-year-old consumer advisor, denied out any speculations about the situation.
He continued, “”Of course she’s a woman. My wfe is loyal to me. Even if she hadn’t been, the baby wouldn’t have appeared like that.” While Angela and Ben were likely to think of Nmach as a “miracle baby” for the rest of their lives, geneticists and medical professionals began looking for logical explanations for how something like this could happen.
Following that, three theorems were proposed. The first said that Nmach was the consequence of a genetic mutation that was unique to her, and that if that were possible, she would transmit the gene on to her children, who would also be whte.