‘I cried every night over my inability to make babies’ – Diana Hamilton

- Advertisement -

Diana Hamilton, a gospel singer from Ghana, has spoken about the tough times she and her husband went through when they were unable to have children.

More than six years passed before she was finally able to conceive and give birth, and throughout that time, she wept herself to sleep every night.

READ ALSO: National Cathedral fundraiser: Diana Hamilton only received something for fuel – Manager

Dian Hamilton, speaking on JOY Prime, stated that she wants women who are unable to have children to be treated with respect because of what she went through.

- Advertisement -

When the end of each month rolled around and my hopes were dashed, I would cry. You don’t weep like an unbeliever when you’re a Christian; you weep with hope.

“You’re being a hypocrite if you don’t shed a tear. It was a miracle, and I sobbed, but I believed God.

- Advertisement -

Diana Hamilton also said that the happiness she had after having children was a major inspiration for many of her songs. She now considers the sour treatment and the flood of tears to have been worthwhile.

The “Adom” singer also shared that she almost died from a fatal condition.

During the height of Covid, when visitors were banned and I feared for my life, I was hospitalized for about six days and nobody could tell me what was wrong.

READ ALSO: Why it took me two years to record ‘Mo Ne Yo’ – Diana Hamilton [Video]

“They ran tests, and they still can’t tell me what it is. My rate of infection was rising, and they were using every antibiotic available; but, at the peak of my anxieties, God brought about a miraculous cure.

As a reminder, Diana Hamilton, 43, is married to Dr Joseph Hamilton and the couple has a set of twins.

 

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest Stories

Ati Zigi is better than De Gea – Fans pour out their admiration for Ghana’s keeper after good game against South Korea

Social media has been awash with euphoria from Ghanaians as they sing the praises of the Black Stars who...