Children are blessings from God. When a mother gives birth to either a baby boy or a girl, she does not know what his or her child would be in future. All mothers however raise their children uprightly all with hopes that their children would become respectable people in the near future
A mother who has raised a President, Vice President, Cabinet Minister and a Governor can be categorised as a "lucky womb" based on the political success of her children. This is none other than Hajia Aya Dada Yar'Adua who gave birth to all these prominent people listed above.
About the political success of his children, it all started with her first born son Umaru Musa Yar'Adua who started as a Governor before he later clinched the presidential seat of Nigeria based on his success as the Governor
Shehu Musa Yar'Adua was the other son Hajia who also had a rich political career. This is because Shehu Musa was once the Vice President, a job that he served for three years. If that was not enough, the grandson of Hajia also served as a prominent Cabinet Minister
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