Former governor of Ogun state's son shares his frustration about living in Nigeria with disability

Former governor of Ogun state's son shares his frustration about living in Nigeria with disability

- Debola Daniel has taken to social media to express his frustration and anger over how people with disabilities are treated in Nigeria

- According to the young man, everyone believes they have the power to heal him

- Debola also questioned why anyone would deliberately make God look bad

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Son of the ex-governor of Ogun state Gbenga Daniel, Debola, recently took to social media to share one of the frustrations of living with disability in Nigeria.

In a post he shared on Twitter, the young man stated that one out of the many frustrations as a disabled person is the fact that everyone believes they have the divine call to heal him.

Former governor of Ogun state's son, Debola Daniel, shares his frustration about living in Nigeria with disability
Debola Daniel says Nigerians try to heal him all the time Photo credit: @Debola_Daniel
Source: Twitter

Speaking further, Debola said that everywhere he goes, people are always commanding him to get up in the name of Jesus, and it becomes weird and awkward when nothing happens and they are just staring at each other.

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The handsome lad also questioned why anyone would bring up that kind of situation to make God look bad.

"One of the most frustrating things about being disabled in Nigeria, is everyone believes they have a divine call to heal you. Everywhere I go, “I command you to get up in the name of Jesus”. Then that awkward moment of staring at each other. Why you gon make God look bad?"

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Nigerians took to the comment section to drop their views and opinions.

@odohton:

"If anyone desires to be healed, they will be. I have seen the dead raised long after certified dead."

@DIKEOLIVER:

"Actually, every believer has a divine call to heal the sick, but when the sick doesn't want to be healed, there is nothing that can be done. The faith must come from both sides."

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@smartdeckk:

"When would Nigerians understand that no miracle has ever happened, all are staged."

@zeezoe13:

"Funny thing is that Nigerians pray so much that Nigeria gets worse every day. The prayer isn't the issue but our desire to want to flaunt supernatural skills in the faces of others."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Debola got engaged to his longtime lover and best friend Natasha.

According to Gistreel, Natasha disclosed that she attended the same university as Debola.

That was not all, the beautiful Jamaican lady also disclosed that she was happy to spend the rest of her life with her best friend.

Source: Legit

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