Boy starts school after medical reports say otherwise

Boy starts school after medical reports say otherwise

- Phillip Oyewale has celebrated Bishop Wale Oke on his 64th birthday for being the tool that rescued his son, Emmanuel, from death

- The father said that the boy had a rough one at birth and was in a coma for close to a year as all medical hope was lost

- Despite the belief that he might not be able to walk again if he survives, the boy started primary school on Tuesday, September 8

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A Nigerian dad, Phillip Oyewale, has a viral inspiring post on the 64th birthday of Bishop Wale Oke, founder of Christ life Church.

He said that his son Emmanuel was born premature and was in a coma for almost a year as medical reports thought he would not make it.

Oyewale said that the day his life support was going to be switched off, the Bishop came from Nigeria and rescued him through prayers.

The doctors gave a medical verdict that in the rare case that the boy lives, he would not be able to walk and will always need the assistance of oxygen and a wheelchair for the rest of his life.

On Wednesday, September 8, the father said the boy resumed primary school as he walked, overcoming all medical assessments.

He added that he would forever be grateful to the ministry of the bishop. In the Facebook post, Oyewale attached two pictures and a video of the boy walking.

A collage showing the boy. Photo source: Facebook/Phillip Oyewale

A collage showing the boy. Photo source: Facebook/Phillip Oyewale
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an American lady and TEDx speaker, Jasmine Crowe, had a reason to massively celebrate after she got pregnant despite challenges and bleak medical reports.

Jasmine is expecting a baby after removing 13 fibroids, a ruptured cyst which made one of her ovaries and fallopian tube go bad.

With that, medically, she had less than 20% of ever conceiving. But God came through for her. She said thought hard for months about sharing the news with the fear that she may lose investors.

The black American lady said that she finally came to the decision that life is really a short one to let fear stop her from announcing her joy.

In sharing the scan of the growing baby in her stomach, she said that she is really proud of herself and said that despite the way the year has been, “something good came out of 2020 after all – joy”

Many who congratulated her on the pregnant pray for God's blessings on her life.

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