Actor Stan Nze has revealed that he and his wife Blessing Obasi were shocked when they found out they had welcomed a baby boy instead of the twins they expected.
The couple got their fans excited earlier in September after announcing that they were expecting two girls. The babies’ gender was revealed on their YouTube channel.
However, in a twist of fate, Stan and his wife announced the birth of their baby boy on October 20 instead of twin girls as expected.
Speaking in a recent interview with Vocal Media, the movie star said they were shocked to find out they were expecting a baby boy because they were believing God for twins.
He said: “We were believing God for two girls, we had journaled for them, we believed God for them, put them on our storyboard, we had two clothes on our bed. People have been sending us gifts and prophesying twins, and so we just held on to those prophecies and promises and it was on our gender reveal that we got the shock of our lives. It’s not even a girl sef, it’s boy. We were believing God for two girls, and he went to one boy.
“And like that’s how God does His things. I mean, it’s God, and He will do it the way He wants to. I don’t think we can question him, we can not. I know a couple of my friends have said “hmm Stan, you dey look for twins, you never even carry one. You never even carry one make you know as e dey be, make una get sleepless night, make una know as e dey be before you ask for two”. I said na your twins? Is it you that will carry it? Leave me and my girls, I will carry them.
“But I guess God wanted – because what we have wanted were two girls, then a boy later – but God brought the boy first. So we are still believing God for our girls. We are still holding on for Chizaram and Chichetaram and they are still going to come and we are still going to be here to testify and share the good news. This is still good news, just a different kind of good news. God did it a different way.”
Stan and Blessing got married on September 11, 2021, in Lagos despite the age gap between them.