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Nigerian woman welcomes healthy baby and bags PhD after contracting Covid while pregnant and fearing she won’t make it

In what can be termed as a miraculous turn of events, Dr. Kudaisi who had contracted Covid-19 while pregnant, and feared she won’t survive, has welcomed her baby and she attended her Ph.D. graduation on the same day she was discharged with the baby. This double victory and success.

She contracted the deadly virus in August and said she feared she and the baby wouldn’t survive and as well feared that she wouldn’t graduate with her mates.

Fortunately, for her, she gave birth to a bouncing baby girl all healthy was discharged from the hospital with her baby on the day of her Ph.D. graduation and she was able to also attend the graduation she feared she might have to push back.

“In August, I contracted COVID while pregnant, I thought the baby and I wouldn’t survive, or that I would have to push back my graduation. However, yesterday proved me wrong. I was discharged from the hospital with a healthy baby girl at 12 pm and attended graduation at 6 pm surrounded by family.

DoubleBlessing #PhDMom I am so grateful and to my support system.”

Dr. Kudaisi wrote as she posed in her graduation garb while carrying her newborn.

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