How I gave birth to twins after battling cancer – Olori Sola Adedoyin

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Former City Express bank MD and wife to the Oba Francis Olusola Alao, the Olugbon of Orile Igbon, Oyo, Olori Sola Adedoyin, has recounted how she survived breast cancer and how she gave birth after.

She made this revelation during a recent interview, stating that she was given days left to live by her doctor.

Recounting her ordeal, she talked about how patience and God’s miracles helped her survive the terminal disease.

She said, “Between 2005 and 2006, I was diagnosed of breast cancer. The head of the Oncology for European Union, now retired, was the one that treated me.”

She said their family doctor used his Jewish connection to get one of the best doctors in England.

“After I went through the treatment, they now came out and said they were sorry, that what did I want for my life, and I said which life? They said you only have a few days left…

“… But fortunately, my father in the lord, Pastor Adeboye, called me and said, “Sola, how is your health?’ I said Daddy, they told your daughter to go home and die. They said all treatment had failed.”

She talked about how she was later diagnosed and found nothing. According to her, the doctors were surprised, asking her what she ate and how she was able to cure it in days.

Olori Sola said she was treated like a guinea pig after the miracle, and always going in for more tests.

When asked why she decided to give birth after so many years, she said it was a miracle since medical practitioners said a woman who survives cancer can not give birth any longer.

Since then, she has four children, two boys and two girls, which includes a set of twins from her latest partner, Oba Olusola Alao.

Olori Sola Adedoyin gave birth to her set of twins at 59, which is her third birth since her second, eighteen years ago.

She tied the knot with Oba Alao in 2015.

She is also the daughter of an industrialist and pastor of Redeemed Christian Church, Prince Samuel Adedoyin.


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