Sasha Brighton, also known as Joweria Nannozi, has recently shared her harrowing experience of almost losing her life while delivering her second child. On her son Hiir’s first birthday, the singer took to social media to reminisce on the challenges she faced during childbirth.
According to Sasha Brighton, she experienced severe pain throughout the delivery process and came perilously close to losing both her baby and herself. Despite the excruciating pain, she managed to pull through and deliver her child safely. The singer attributes her survival to God’s grace and is now a proud mother of two children.
In her Facebook post, Sasha Brighton expressed her gratitude to Allah and thanked Him for blessing her with a magnificent son. She also shared the emotional moment she first met her baby, saying, “I almost lost you papa, I almost lost the battle but I fought and won.”
The singer admitted that the journey to motherhood wasn’t easy and that she lost a lot of things along the way. However, she believes that it was all worth it in the end, and she is grateful for her son. She wrote, “I don’t wanna stop writing, but I have to…Thank you for choosing me as your mom. I am so grateful for that Hiir my love…. Hiir my world…. Hiir my heartbeat, I love you, I love you, I love you.”
Sasha Brighton’s experience is a stark reminder of how dangerous childbirth can be for both mother and child. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, every year, an estimated 295,000 women die due to complications during pregnancy and childbirth. This figure is a clear indication of the need to improve maternal health care services and make them accessible to all women.
As Sasha Brighton celebrates her son’s first birthday, she serves as an inspiration to all women who have undergone similar struggles in their journey to motherhood. Her story is a testament to the resilience and strength of women, and how the power of prayer and faith can pull us through the toughest of times.
In conclusion, let us appreciate the gift of life and the blessing of motherhood. As Sasha Brighton puts it, “Nsaba Allah akunkumiire taata wange (I pray to Allah to keep you safe, my son)….Nsaba Allah akumpangaliize daddy nsaba Allah akumpeemu birungi byokka my love (I pray to Allah to bless your father and give you all the good things in life, my love).” Happy birthday, Hiir!