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Thursday, January 19, 2017

This Happened Yesterfay

Some good Samaritans helped save a man yesterday afternoon but the photo you are about to view is very messed up because of the surroundings so please take caution,especially if you are eating or just ate.







He crawled into a smelly gutter and was behaving like a possessed person but was rescued by some good Nigerians . this happened in Lagos. One Pastor Ade of Christ Embassy Church was courageous enough to drag the guy out of the gutter. 

An Inhaler was found in his pocket and was administered on him. He practically came back to life in a twinkle of an eye. The men and women around poured water on him and cleaned him up...Thank God he is okay now.. God bless them for rescuing this guy.. 
  The guy wearing orange colour is Pastor Ade.


This is a blog visitor eye witness report.


52 comments:

  1. Oh my God, thank u jesus for bringing him back to life.

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  2. Oh dear! Must be an asthmatic attack.

    Thank God he was helped and had the inhaler handy.

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  3. Eayah many people dey sick ooo. Thank God for helpers. Thank God for the pastor.

    Thank God he is ok. Chai if someone had fought him, na gbese the person for enter.

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  4. His village people @ work. They took his picture to the market square @ midnight. May he receive his deliverance

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    1. Please get educated not the school type, more like intellectually.

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    2. Hear urself.....so u didn't deduce anything from what is written up there?
      SMH

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    3. Ah ah Potable who taught u deduce? Clap for urself we r getting there ๐Ÿ˜˜

      Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    4. Where u see village people now? Na Wa o

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    5. Where u see village people? Na Wa o

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  5. This is what Christianity is all about. Not collecting people's Money in the name of seed

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  6. Ah thank God!
    God bless the people that helped him.
    I remember seeing someone jerking and behaving like he was drunk(people actually said he was drunk)There was a small crowd and when I made to help,no one would assist. So I went on my way. Dropped off the kids at school and continued on my way home. But I wasn't at peace so I went back to the young man. Thank God I did. For it turned out he was suffering from epilepsy.

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    1. Bless your heart TGW.

      The world needs more of these acts of kindness.

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    2. You don't say! Thank God you obeyed your instincts.
      God bless you for saving a life.

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    3. Amen!
      And bless you too Uniq Gem and Mrs R.

      Kisses to you Mrs R. And for u too Cookie๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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  7. Awwwww.... we still have people with good heart around. May God cause them to find help when they need it..

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  8. It doesn't correlate,crawling into a gutter behaving like a possessed person and an inhaler doing the magic. Maybe its not an inhaler for asthma. A drug addict maybe, thank God he is okay. What next!! Was he allowed to go just like that???

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    1. It 'correlates' to a medical personnel.
      Cerebral anoxia (reduced oxygen supply to the brain, in his case due to asthma attack) makes people behave 'mad'
      The next thing, he would have slipped into unconsciousness and died and people will say his village people killed him or that he ran mad because of his 'evil' ways before dying.
      Lesson to learn- not all 'mad' people you see 'displaying' are mad.
      Some are just acutely sick with low glucose (Diabetes) epilepsy, asthma, gas poisoning etc

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    2. So they have inhaler for drug addicts???? Tell me something I don't know๐Ÿ˜•.
      Common sense is sha not common. Mtcheeew

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  9. Thank God . This is the right attitude to be attained to cases like this... not some people instead of helping ,they are more concerned in snapping photos... smh.

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  10. Thank God even in this recession we still have good people around.

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  11. Wish we all could be like this to people that genuinely needs help!

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  12. Thank God for his life... thank God too for the people around who epp him...

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  13. Thank God for the poeple he used to save him

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  14. Chaaiii...what could have pushed him inside the gutter now?
    Thank God we still have good Samaritans that rescued him and cleaned him up.
    May God bless them all am so touch.

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  15. Eh ya, May God bless them for helping him out.
    But come to think of it I know someone who is asthmatic and also a chronic smoker, I just pity his life. SMH, it's a pity.

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  16. This is the Christ like life Jesus told us of...

    Thank God for his life.

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  17. Since he had an inhaler on him, it's just an asthmatic attack.
    He was gasping for breath,and that explains the behaviour.
    Poor man!
    This just made me incredibly sad.




    Dum Vita est spes est.

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  18. That's how I rescued one at my working place, she always everywhere going up and down, I saw her where she slumped on the stairs and was breathing heavily I had to call for help oo since I couldn't carry her,they took her to her bag and found her inhaler and she got herself immediately.. I thank God for her life oo

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  19. Thank God for his safety..God bless and reward his helpers..

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  20. God bless all those that came to his rescue! I pray healings upon him.

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  21. Omgoodness!!! So athsma attack can be that extreme๐Ÿ˜Ÿ๐Ÿ˜“ Thanks to the good samaritans

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  22. Asthma, hmm!Same thing that killed my friend a week to Christmas last year. Thank God for his life.

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  23. Asthma. Thank God for inhailer if not e for die for over prayer. I still commend the pastor for bringing him out of the gutter

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  24. So there are still good samarithans in lagos.......thank God for his life

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  25. Asthma, slow killer. It took away the most precious and loving person in my life, sleep on sweet mother. Can't just get it over of how she had the attack.

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