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Friday, 30 September 2016

While social media is still reacting to the shock received when a girl urged other women to use their privates to generate money (click here to read), another has claimed that she was in fact, impregnated by "Jesus Christ" himself.

Not many would believe the story of 15-year-old Latifah Smith-Nabengana (not pictured), from Ohio, United States of America who told doctors that she was a pregnant virgin.

In July 2015, Latifah was quoted saying:
"He told me that he was a Nephilim, like those described in the Bible. He told that he had a message from Jesus.
"He said that I was going to be pregnant, and that I would give birth to a son, Jesus’ son."
However, while experts believe some part of Latifah's story, they say her claim of divine intervention for her pregnancy was totally trash.

The girl's specialist consultant, Dr. William Franklin Murphy, a gynocologist, said:
"For all I know, her pregnancy seems normal. Her claims of ‘Virgin’ pregnancy are technically true, but that doesn’t mean there was a divine intervention.
"I can tell you that it’s a boy, but there no way for me to determine if it is Jesus’ son until he is born. If she asks for a DNA test at that time, then we can tell you who the father is."
Readers, do you believe Latifah's story? Click here to see the 20 cars of an African pastor who believes he is not a human being.

 
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