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Ogenyi Onazi: Second Synagogue Church Of All Nations Member To Testify Successful Critical Surgery This Week

By Ediale Kingsley

 

 

Super Eagles player, Ogenyi Onazi had a surgery recently, which turned out successful.  This result was shared from his hospital bed by Onazi through his instagram, “Thank God for a successful surgery no cause for alarm will be set for Monday #determinedtosucceed #ooe”.

ONAZI SHARES PHOTO OF SURGERY

Super Eagles midfielder, Ogenyi Onazi who plies his trade in the Italian super league with Lazio, is the second Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) testifier to have come out successful of a critical surgery. While Ogenyi’s testimony may have attracted good reactions and prayers alike from his fans, the second SCOAN testifier was much more emotional.

Here’s the second story:

PRAISE SHOWING HIS SCARS DURING TESTIMONY

Bandits raped, killed my entire family, slit my throat but T.B Joshua spent N25M to save my life – 13yr old

The founder and General Overseer of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos, was vindicated on Sunday, as a story debunked Sky News and other international media’s report that Prophet T.B Joshua is averse to medicine.  The story shared via a documentary broadcast across Emmanuel TV showed how the prophet splashed millions of Naira to a 12-year-old-boy who armed robbers mercilessly slaughtered his mother and younger sister before his eyes.

Tears flowed freely at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos, on Sunday 12th February 2017 following the emotional testimony of Praise Sunday, a young boy literally rescued from the jaws of death.

At the tender age of 12, Praise’s world came crashing down when armed robbers mercilessly slaughtered his mother and younger sister before his eyes. The heartless attack, which occurred on May 8th 2016, almost claimed Praise’s life but for ‘Divine intervention’

PRAISE WHEN HE FIRST CAME TO THE SCOAN

According to the young boy from Agbor, Delta State, the bandits first bound their feet and hands before demanding for money from his mum Edith, a widower struggling to run a small provisions store.

When the meagre amount available in the house was presented without an accompanying bank card, the thieves became vulgar and violent. “They took my sister inside the room, cut her neck and left her dead on the floor.”

Praise soberly recalled much to the shock of the congregation. She was only 10 years old. “They then carried my mum, Raped her and slaughtered her; they stabbed her in so many places.”

 

The young boy had just witnessed the gruesome mutilation of his beloved family – but the robbers weren’t finished. “They left her dead on the floor and came back for me. They took me into the room where I saw my mum and sister lying in a pool of blood. They then cut my neck and stabbed me in the chest.”

Praise was thrown roughly on the floor as the criminals took their leave, assuming he had already died.

Hands and feet helplessly tied with blood spurting from the gaping wound on his neck, it seemed the end had come for Praise Sunday. Then, something extraordinary happened!

 

“I managed to open my eyes and saw something white, sparkling and tall like a human being. It carried me, took me to my neighbour’s gate, shook it and then disappeared.”

Onazi in Church

When his neighbour’s rushed out, they found Praise’s bloodied body dumped at their doorstep, his arms and legs bound together. Raising the alarm, they rushed him to hospital.

Lapsing in and out of consciousness and fighting for his life, Praise was taken to the General Hospital in Agbor before being transferred to the Federal Medical Centre. “Blood was pumping out like a shower; they could not control it,” he recalled of the traumatic ordeal.

PRAISE WITH FAMILY AT THE SCOAN TO THANK GODAlthough Praise miraculously survived the attack following emergency surgery and the usage of “T.B. Joshua’s Morning Water”, he was left with his vocal chords severely damaged and a pipe inserted into his throat. For nine long months, he could not utter a single word.

After seven operations at medical institutions across the country yielding no result and several pleas for financial aid to government bodies within Delta State falling on seemingly deaf ears, the family decided to pay a visit to The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN) in Lagos.

 

Hearing of his heartbreaking ordeal, T.B. Joshua – well known for his philanthropic gestures – instantly sprang into action, promising to sponsor Praise’s travel overseas for more advanced medical attention.

Shortly afterwards, the young boy left for Cape Town, South Africa with his caring aunt Mabel, “all expenses paid for by Prophet T.B. Joshua and Emmanuel TV partners”.

There, a four-hour major operation was conducted at Life Vincent Pallotti Hospital in Cape Town, overseen by specialists Dr Martin Vanlierde and Professor Mark De Groot.

Given a clean bill of health after several months of check-ups, Praise returned to Nigeria to testify that his vocal abilities had been completely restored.

 

A total of $50,000 (N25m) was spent by Joshua on Praise’s trip, covering his welfare, travelling expenses and medical bills.

 

Surrounded by his extended family and grateful community members, Praise’s final words spoke volumes. “I encourage the rich and privileged in society to emulate Prophet T.B. Joshua and help poor people like me. Then, Nigeria would be a much better place for us all.”

PRAISE CELEBRATING ON TABLE MOUNTAIN CAPE TOWN SA AFTER SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT

PRAISE WITH DR MARTIN VANLIERDE SA

PRAISE WITH PILOTS ON FLIGHT TO SA

 

 

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About Ediale Kingsley

Ediale Kingsley is the Founding Editor of Jersey Number Twelve and Head of the Trends & Sports desk at National Daily Newspaper. He thinks he is polygamous, married to three wives; Football, Laptop and Internet. When not writing, he is writing or prepping to write. These days he is everywhere talking, filming and showing-up football and films. This National Daily trained journalist went to school to be a graduate in accounting.

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