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Tuesday, 29 December 2020

Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic A medical doctor has narrated his desperate attempt to save a woman and her baby after she refused to undergo CS because her church said it's demonic. He explained that the woman was in labour for 2 days but rejected delivery through cesarean section. She was then transferred to her church where they kept praying for her until she was nearly dead. They then transferred her back to the hospital where a CS was done. The baby was "almost dead" when it was brought out, the doctor said. But the nurse on duty refused to give up on the child and kept trying every means to resuscitate the baby. The baby eventually survived. The doctor said the woman had Cephalon Pelvic Disproportion and no amount of prayers or anointing oil could have helped the woman deliver the baby without the help of doctors. See his tweets below. Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic Doctor narrates encounter with pregnant woman who refused CS because her church said it was demonic

 


Leave Kukah and fight bandits, Shehu Sani tells northern youths

Shehu Sani, former Kaduna Central Senator, has asked northern youths to stop attacking Bishop of Sokoto Catholic Diocese, Mathew Kukah, and instead focus on fighting the bandits that plague the region.

 

In his Christmas message, Kukah had accused the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration of nepotism. Kukah said Buhari had sacrificed the dreams of Nigerians on the alter of nepotism and Northern hegemony.

 

Reacting, the Coalition of Northern Groups, CNG, accused Kukah of attempting to destroy the quest for national integration by instigating violence.

 

Also, Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) called for the immediate arrest and prosecution of the Bishop. The forum described Kukah's statement as unguarded and an open incitement to military coup and insurrection against the democratically elected government.

 

Shehu Sani tweeted in response, "My Dear Northern Youths; leave the Kukah in Sokoto and fight the Bandits in your shokoto."

 

Leave Kukah and fight bandits, Shehu Sani tells northern youths

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