Scores rush to Sokoto to see baby born with Arabic inscription on her chest(photo)

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Scores have begun to troop into Sokoto state to catch a glimpse of a baby that was born with an Arabic inscription in her chest. 

The Arabic inscription were not only on her chest but also her thigh and back, which has made a huge crowd to flood her parent’s house.

The baby was born on March 2, 2019 at the Police Clinic along Barth Road Sokoto. She is the fourth child of her parents who have been married for 16 years now.

The child also has a crescent sign on her ankle. According to her mother, the baby cannot have earring because several attempts to Pierce the ear lobes proved abortive.


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She however gave gratitude to Almighty Allah for giving her a baby with such inscription which would make people draw closer to God.

The father of the child, AlhajiHussaini who is a Mobile Police officer, said he could not sleep since receiving the news of the baby’s arrival. 

Sultan of Sokoto Muhammad Saad Abubakar expressed amazement when the baby was taken to his Palace. He donated N100, 000, a ram, and 5 pieces of clothing materials to the family.

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Scores rush to Sokoto to see baby born with Arabic inscription on her chest(photo)

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