Ben and Angela Ihegboro, a Nigerian couple, once lived in London. When they were preparing to give birth to their daughter, they already had two children. They had no idea that their third kid would capture the imagination of millions of people and astound medical specialists.
The instant Angela and Ben laid eyes on their daughter, they fixed their attention on her golden hair and blue eyes.
They were originally astonished to be the parents of a white child, but soon started to refer to the child as their “miracle baby.”Ben feels certain that he is the girl’s father, despite some people’s perceptions to the contrary. Even if the father were a different person, which is obviously not the case in this instance, Little Nmachi, as they named their daughter, wouldn’t be that white and distinct from the rest of the family.
Medical experts, including doctors, were shocked. They claim that Nmachi’s pale skin continues to defy explanation.
However, they do point out a few plausible causes. One of them is that due to the genetic defect that gave Nmachi’s appearance, if she ever has children, they will likely resemble her perfectly. The second possibility is that her parents’ ancestors carried long-dormant white genes, which were only recently discovered to exist. Even though Nmachi doesn’t at all resemble an albino child, the third factor might be a modified form of albinism.
She certainly doesn’t resemble a child who is albino. not like the ones I’ve read about in novels or the ones in my native Nigeria. According to her father Ben, “She just looks like a healthy white baby.”
2010-born Nmachi is currently in excellent health. Her only contribution to her parents’ happiness and delight was herself.
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