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Comedienne Maraji Is Now Mum To A Baby Boy

Popular Nigerian comedienne Gloria Oloruntobi aka Maraji is now a proud mother of a baby boy.

Comedienne Maraji Is Now Mum To A Baby Boy
Maraji

 

The skit maker shared the good news with her followers in the early hours of Thursday April 21st.

In her caption, Maraji dropped the name of her son as Jayden Mensah, while adding the date of his birth as April 21st 2022.

“21/04/22 Jayden Mensah. Fam , I respect women ooh”, she wrote.

 

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In December 2021, Maraji opened up about her struggle with haemorrhoids, marriage and unplanned pregnancy.

Sharing a YouTube video, Maraji explained how she underwent surgery for haemorrhoids in early 2021, after which she got married. However, she was surprised when she conceived shortly.

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Maraji said she was afraid of having a miscarriage due to her struggle with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

“At the beginning of the year, I had surgery. So I took a break before, during, and after the surgery. The recovery from Hemorrhoidectomy, the removal of haemorrhoids. I’ve had it since age 12 and suffered from it,” she said.

“It’s the hardest thing I’ve gone through that I advised someone who suffers it not to get surgery but to keep managing it. Mine was so serious that the doctoral asked if I’d given birth before.

I had both internal and external haemorrhoids. They were killing me. After the stitches healed, I got married. It was a decision we both made. From the moment we decided to when we got married, it was less than a month.

Shortly after, I got pregnant, which is crazy because I have PCOS. I’d always thought it would take me a while to get pregnant to the point that I’d bought ovulation test kits. My husband is Ghanaian and we planned to move.

I’d prepared myself for the worst. It was like after two sexes that I conceived. I was shocked, happy, thrilled, and scared. With PCOS, your body doesn’t produce progesterone like other people. I didn’t want to lose my baby.”

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Charis Ebiaghian

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