COVID-19: Ohanaeze youths mobilise prayers for Governor Ikpeazu

COVID-19: Ohanaeze youths mobilise prayers for Governor Ikpeazu

- The Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC) Worldwide has mobilised over 100 religious groups to pray for the recovery of Governor Ikpeazu

- The OYC is also praying for divine intervention over the COVID-19 spread in the southeast

- Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, the president of the group hopes God would save Igbos from the coronavirus pandemic

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The Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide (OYC) has mobilised over 100 religious groups to pray for the recovery of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state and other people infected by COVID-19 in the southeast region.

The group in a statement on Monday, June 8, said the rising cases of coronavirus in the southeast were worrying, The Nation reported.

Ohanaeze Ndigbo mobilises prayers for Ikpeazu

Ohanaeze Ndigbo mobilises prayers for Ikpeazu
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Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, the president of the OYC said both churches and traditional institutions were asked to intercede with prayers over the COVID-19 spread in the southeast.

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He expressed the hope and confidence that God will heal the land and save Igbos from the coronavirus pandemic.

In another news, a Nigerian man with the Facebook name Ogbeni Olawale Dawodu Snr on Monday, June 8, narrated how he survived coronavirus.

He said his intense struggle with the virus started on Monday, May 18, after he was rushed to the Asokoro Special Treatment Clinic.

The man added that he had to wait for some minutes for doctors, saying the wait may probably be to buy time for the doctors to get into their PPEs.

Olawale said that he was gasping for breath when he got in as the officials asked him if they should aide him with a wheelchair.

The Nigerian said the condition of the hospital was very clean and in a good state that one would think the place he was assigned was a hotel room.

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As medical officials asked to take his details down, he was in a lot of pain and his head constantly spun around.

The Covid-19 survivor said that the doctors were very proactive when he had his first three asthma attacks.

As he defeated some health challenges, new ones came up. Olawale said the attacks he had could have easily led to death.

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