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Nigerians congratulate Banky W, Adesua on arrival of their baby, Zaiah


Celebrity couple, Bankole Wellington aka Banky W and his wife, Adesua Etomi-Wellington have broken the internet yet again with the arrival of their first child, Zaiah.

In a surprise announcement coming a month after, singer Banky W took to social media today to announce the arrival of their baby boy with an emotional long message.

News of the Wedding Party couple’s engagement in February 2017 followed by their traditional marriage on 19 November, court wedding on 20 November and white wedding on 25 November 2017 – held in Cape Town, South Africa lit up the atmosphere three years ago because many never saw it coming.

However, it appeared that the W’s and their iron-clad cirle, including The Demurens (Tunde and Tolu ‘Toolz’ Demuren) who needed not to plead the fifth because the media was kept in the dark throughout the pregnancy, well except for Toolz who is a broadcaster.

Sharing the exciting news on Adesua’s birthday – February 22, the W Experience singer wrote:

“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.”

Nigerians have taken to Twitter to share their excitement as they congratulate the couple on the arrival of their baby boy. See reactions below:

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