Sebelum ini banyak kita mendengar kisah bayi yang dilahirkan mempunyai tanda-tanda keagungan Allah SWT antaranya tulisan kalimah tauhid di bahagian betis bayi. Kini satu kejadian menakjubkan telah berlaku di mana seorang bayi telah dilahirkan bersama sebuah al-quran kecil. Bayi ini diberi nama Abdul Wahab Iyanda Aderemi Irawo oleh sorang ulama yang dikenali sebagai Ustaz Abdul Rahman. Bayi ini telah selamat dilahirkan pada 7 mei 2012.
Para ulama di sana telah menasihati ibu bayi tersebut bahawa bayinya bukanlah seorang nabi walaupun ia lahir dari rahimnya sambil memegang Quran. Akan tetapi ia merupakan suatu kehendak Allah SWT yang mana bayi itu dilahirkan dalam keadaan yang sungguh menakjubkan.
Selain ulama Ustaz Abdul Rahman yang hadir, terdapat juga ulama lain antaranya Sheikh Abdulraman Sulaiman Adangba,Ketua dari Komuniti Nasrulifathi,Ustad Alhaji Abdullahi Akinbode,dan Dr Ramoni Tijani dari Komuniti Islam Alifathiquareeb.
Kuasa Allah SWT dan hidayah dariNya, ibu bayi ini telah memeluk agama Islam pada 13 Mei 2012. Kini ibunya baru sahaja berusia 32 tahun dan telah menukar namanya dari Kikelomo Ilori kepada Sherifat.
Baby Boy Born With Quran In Lagos, Nigeria
Controversy is presently raging through Mushin area of Lagos State Nigeria following the birth of a baby boy born holding a mini Holy Quran.
This baby boy was delivered at a white garment church in Mushin, Lagos State.
While some dispute the claim, others say it is possible. A large crowd gathered at 1, Sonde Street, Ijeshatedo, Lagos home of the boy’s parents yesterday, as news of the birth spread rapidly.
Mother’s Comment On Baby Boy Born With Quran In Lagos State, Nigeria
The baby mother, Mrs. Kikelomo Ilori, 32, a Cosmetologist by profession told reporters she delivered him on Monday after she had carried the pregnancy for about 10 months.
The single mother claimed she was abandoned by her husband who denied responsibility for the pregnancy and encouraged her to abort it.
“When I refused to abort the pregnancy, he deserted me, saying ‘that is your own problem’.” Mrs. Ilori expressed surprise at the birth of the boy. She added that the nurse who delivered her of the baby was physically challenged, but went about it commendably.
“When my baby was delivered holding a Quran in his hand, the nurse said the Quran should be thrown away. But I insisted my mother must see it before any action could be taken,” Kikelomo, who is a Christian, further explained.
Corroborating the story, Senior Rev. Victoria Yetunde Dada said during the pregnancy, Kikelomo was always coming to her for prayers and counselling.
“I advised her not to abort the pregnancy because she might die in the process. Again, I told her the foetus was sent by God and will be great,” Apostle Mother Dada told our correspondent. Controversy has continued to trail the seemingly spurious claim.
Doctor’s Reaction To Baby Born With Quran In Lagos
Reacting, Medical Director of Bodet Hospital, Ikeja, Lagos, Dr. Bode Tawak said scientifically, it was not possible for a baby to be born holding a Quran.
“How big is the baby’s hand to hold the Quran? How big is the Quran? How did the Quran get into her mother’s womb? I don’t know how a Quran can get into a womb. But there are things you can’t explain,” Dr. Tawak responded. He said while the incident cannot be explained medically, in Nigeria many mysterious things happen. A Kaduna-based medical practitioner, Dr. Munir Yusuf said from a medical point of view, it was not possible, but added that depending on the size of the Quran, it was possible metaphysically.
He explained that if the Quran is small enough to pass through the diameter of the vagina, with the child, it is possible. In the same vein, a herbal medicine practitioner, Chief Dr. Bola Adegunloye believes nothing is impossible, but said too much importance must not be placed on the incident.
Renowned scholars from Nigeria on Monday (14/5) struggled in Mushin, Lagos Province, southwest Nigeria, to witness the ceremony of naming a baby. Babies are not usually so that the baby must go to the media, but the baby is born on May 7, 2012 was born to bring a small Koran in his hand from his mother's womb.
Allahu akbar! After delivering a Kultum, a scholar of Nigeria, Ustadz Abdul Rahman Olanrewaju Ahmed, gave the baby a name with the name Abdul Wahab Iyanda Irawo Aderemi.
In giving the name, Ustadz Abdul Rahman also advised the mother of the baby that the baby was not a prophet even though he was born of her womb while holding the Quran.He also added that it is the will of God, to send the baby into the world with an amazing way, that is born of her womb with the Quran.
Other scholars who participated in the event include Sheikh Abdulraman Adangba Sulaiman, Chairman of the Community Nasrulifathi Alhaji Abdullahi Akinbode feat, and Dr. Ramoni Tijani Alifathiquareeb of the Islamic Community.
Earlier on Sunday (13/5), the mother of the baby was declared themselves converted to Islam after seeing a baby born with a Quran from her womb. Now, the 32-year-old mother named Kikelomo Ilori is then passed into Sherifat.
The same is done by the baby's grandmother who had embraced Christianity now become a Muslim and changed his name to the Islamic name. Outside the home the baby, bejibun cornucopia merchants selling various souvenirs of these infants, ranging from t-shirts, prayer beads, and photographs of the baby is born to bring the Quran.
The birth of the baby is still mired in controversy, in which the secularists think something is impossible for a baby born with holding (carrying) the Quran from the mother's womb. But on the other hand, many argue that anything can happen if Allah wills. Wallahu'alam shawwab bish.