How I Narrowly Escaped Death – Natasha 

Ola ‘Kiya, Reporting

KOGI Central People’s Democratic Party (PDP) senatorial candidate in the last general elections, Mrs Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan, has disclosed how she narrowly escaped death during childbirth.

The politician gave the testimony with her Chief Emmanuel Uduaghan on Sunday during the dedication of their son, Prince Reign Emmanuel.

Mrs Uduaghan thanked God for saving her life during the traumatic experience while recalling how she was transfused with six pints of blood amid seeming impending death.

“I told my husband I couldn’t feel the strength in my limbs, I also felt my stomach swelling up, I told him something is not right.

“Later on, the doctors came in and when they checked, blood was gushing out, it was just rushing like they opened a tap from me, it was rushing that they had to bring a bucket in.

“I noticed that I was gasping, it was the first time of experiencing many things. Suddenly, I couldn’t breathe, I think I passed out and the next thing I saw, I was in the theatre.

“I thought I was going to die, I remembered telling my husband to take care of our son, Reign, if I didn’t make it. I remembered that last word in the theatre

“I was given six pints of blood, I just want to thank God for saving me. We are survivors, our baby is a survivor, and we thank God for everything,” she disclosed.

Dignitaries at the occasion included: Delta governor, Sheriff Oborevwori, his deputy, Monday Onyeme, the immediate past governor, Ifeanyi Okowa and former Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan and wife.

The ousted PDP National chairman, Iyorchia Ayu and Sen. Sam Anyanwu (Imo PDP guber candidate), among other distinguished members of the 10th National Assembly and traditional rulers across the state, were in attendance.

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