‘Having kids with spinal cord injury, miracle’ – Yinka Ayefele

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Yinka Ayefele, a gospel singer from Nigeria, has expressed that having children despite his spinal cord injury is a remarkable and miraculous occurrence.

He said that it is possible for a man with a spinal cord injury to be unable to father a child, emphasizing that his situation is uncommon.

Ayefele discussed this topic during an interview on the ‘Curiosity Made Me Ask’ show, which is hosted by content creator Bae U Barbie.

He refuted allegations that he had “bought” his children by explaining that he fathered the triplets with his wife, who then gave birth to them.

The host, “I’m shocked you said you have three beautiful and amazing kids. My question is, how did you do it?”

Ayefele replied, “How did I do what? Curious that I impregnated my wife? How did I get three kids? You would have seen pregnant women before. I impregnated my wife and she got pregnant and had triplets.

“You thought I bought them? I don’t understand what you mean. I know you are curious, you want to talk about my spinal cord injury. Anybody who has a spinal cord injury might not be able to impregnate a lady. Yeah, it’s a fact, it’s one out of a hundred.”

After being in a car accident in 1997 that injured his spinal cord and caused him to use a wheelchair, he started his journey in the music industry.

He is currently married to Temitope Titilope and together they have been blessed with three children.

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