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Religion in Nigeria Feasts On Poverty And Lack Of Functional Systems In The Country - Pastor (Photo)

Religion in Nigeria Feasts On Poverty And Lack Of Functional Systems In The Country – Pastor | #IgbereTV

At 1am, my temperature hit the roof…

I struggled to walk…

An Emergency paramedical team showed up in 5 minutes. Checked my vitals and confirmed that everything is fine. They monitored me and in 30 minutes, the temperature went down.

Besides the thigh muscle pain, I feel better now.

Some deaths in Nigeria are caused by poverty and a poor Healthcare system. I have faith in the South African Healthcare system – although their approach can be more experimental than curative sometimes.

Here’s the thing πŸ‘‰… It took 5 minutes for a fully equipped ambulance πŸš‘ to arrive in my home – 5 minutes.

With a functional health care system, you won’t have to call prophets in the midnight when you feel sick – you will phone an emergency medical team.

Religion in Nigeria feasts on the poverty and lack of functional systems in the country.

The day we fix Nigeria, prayer contractors will lose their job.

Thank God for medical science – Tinubu and Buhari jets into London because they know that a functional Healthcare system can keep you alive than the prayers of their religious leaders.
It’s 2:30am now and I need to get some rest.

Maranatha.

©️ Evangelist Charles Awuzie

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Emeh James Anyalekwa, is a Seasoned Journalist, scriptwriter, Movie producer/Director and Showbiz consultant. He is the founder and CEO of the multi Media conglomerate, CANDY VILLE, specializing in Entertainment, Events, Prints and Productions. He is currently a Special Assistant (Media) to the Former Governor of Abia State and Chairman Slok Group, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu. Anyalekwa is also the National President, Online Media Practitioners Association of Nigeria (OMPAN) https://web.facebook.com/emehjames

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