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Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Nobody: 1:35pm On Mar 25, 2018
Read AdeDeji John Adeyemi’s touching story, as shared on Instagram, below:
Hallelujah! I'm a living testimony.

I was diagnosed with a brain tumour in October 2016. I went in for a surgery one year later on the 2nd of October 2017 and came out successfully by the grace of God.

The surgeon had said they will only be able to take out about 90% of the tumour (because of its location) in a surgery that should last about 4-5 hours with possibility of going paralyzed on the left part of my body if I didn't recover from the post surgical trama of the area of the brain to be operated on (Right Brain Secondary Motor Area).

After 9 hours of surgery, they were able to completely remove the entire tumour. But I went completely paralyzed on the left size of my body with zero bowel movements, a tube to leak urine passed to my bladder, swollen brain with a tube to drain the fluids in my skull and my left jaw was locked.
However, to the surprise of the surgeon, doctors and physiotherapists, I gained complete movement of my left side within 2 weeks and relearned proper coordinated movement in a month. .

I had suffered from seizures on a daily basis, from late November 2015 and several medical tests unsuccessfully gave wrong diagnosis: from cerebral malaria to ischemic stroke and all-what-not.

It was 2 years of devastating ordeal. I even nose-dived into depression at some point and would prefer staying in quiet dark rooms alone. At tipping points, when it became overwhelming, I contemplated suicide and my work life, social life and everything around me was affected but Jesus Christ came through in all of these.

I'm healthy and doing well. I've come out of it stronger and blessed beyond what words can express. The removed tumour was taken to the lab and tested. It was a type II, which means I won't require any radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

Glory to God! It's 6 months after surgery and I'll be 35 years old in a few days time. I'm forever grateful to God and I thank everyone that stood by me during the journey literally through the valley of the shadow of death.

I celebrate life. I pray that you receive the miraculous in your biddings as well in Jesus name. Amen.

#testimony #grateful #blessed #healed #crowns

https://lailasnews.com/nigerian-man-diagnosed-with-brain-tumour-recounts-recovery/

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by stefanweeks: 1:51pm On Mar 25, 2018
Thank God for ur life.

He is the waymaker and doer of impossible things

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by soberdrunk(m): 6:03pm On Mar 25, 2018
This guy is a confirm "ANIKULAPO", he has death in his pouch! The odds of surviving brain tumor is so high in 'advanced' countries talkless of our dear country that is still growing, this gentleman deserves a cold crate of GULDER for he looked death in the eyes and said "No!! I intend to grow Older and then he grabbed life by the shoulder!!!

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by free2ryhme: 6:03pm On Mar 25, 2018
FlirtyKaren:
Read AdeDeji John Adeyemi’s touching story, as shared on Instagram, below:
Hallelujah! I'm a living testimony.

I was diagnosed with a brain tumour in October 2016. I went in for a surgery one year later on the 2nd of October 2017 and came out successfully by the grace of God.

The surgeon had said they will only be able to take out about 90% of the tumour (because of its location) in a surgery that should last about 4-5 hours with possibility of going paralyzed on the left part of my body if I didn't recover from the post surgical trama of the area of the brain to be operated on (Right Brain Secondary Motor Area).

After 9 hours of surgery, they were able to completely remove the entire tumour. But I went completely paralyzed on the left size of my body with zero bowel movements, a tube to leak urine passed to my bladder, swollen brain with a tube to drain the fluids in my skull and my left jaw was locked.
However, to the surprise of the surgeon, doctors and physiotherapists, I gained complete movement of my left side within 2 weeks and relearned proper coordinated movement in a month. .

I had suffered from seizures on a daily basis, from late November 2015 and several medical tests unsuccessfully gave wrong diagnosis: from cerebral malaria to ischemic stroke and all-what-not.

It was 2 years of devastating ordeal. I even nose-dived into depression at some point and would prefer staying in quiet dark rooms alone. At tipping points, when it became overwhelming, I contemplated suicide and my work life, social life and everything around me was affected but Jesus Christ came through in all of these.

I'm healthy and doing well. I've come out of it stronger and blessed beyond what words can express. The removed tumour was taken to the lab and tested. It was a type II, which means I won't require any radiotherapy or chemotherapy.

Glory to God! It's 6 months after surgery and I'll be 35 years old in a few days time. I'm forever grateful to God and I thank everyone that stood by me during the journey literally through the valley of the shadow of death.

I celebrate life. I pray that you receive the miraculous in your biddings as well in Jesus name. Amen.

#testimony #grateful #blessed #healed #crowns

https://lailasnews.com/nigerian-man-diagnosed-with-brain-tumour-recounts-recovery/

lalasticlala
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by pweshboi(m): 6:04pm On Mar 25, 2018
Really inspiring... Thank God for your life, you faith has made you whole

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Deltayankeeboi: 6:04pm On Mar 25, 2018
YORUBAS AND DISEASE. ALWAYS HAVING ONE DISEASE TO ANOTHER. SMH
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by kuntash: 6:04pm On Mar 25, 2018
This kind Sunday horrible news na wa.


I beg moderators, no other news?

Next year na election o...
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by crunchyg: 6:04pm On Mar 25, 2018
Thank God for your life

cool food is life, don't you think so
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:04pm On Mar 25, 2018
Thanking God for life.
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Nobody: 6:05pm On Mar 25, 2018
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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:06pm On Mar 25, 2018
kuntash:
This kind Sunday horrible news na wa.


I beg moderators, no other news?

Next year na election o...
I tire o... bad, gory, horrible news on Front page back to back.
Moderators, enough biko, for today y'all allowed to resume with your Bb9ja, (double wahala) stories abegiii.
Enufffff pleaseeeeeeeeee!!
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Mandrake007(m): 6:06pm On Mar 25, 2018
I don't believe in pastorial miracles but this is indeed a miracle.
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by babdap: 6:07pm On Mar 25, 2018
God is great
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by eevich: 6:07pm On Mar 25, 2018
But why you com keep Boko Haram bia bia?
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by gboyetade: 6:07pm On Mar 25, 2018
Nice one
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Nobody: 6:08pm On Mar 25, 2018
Thank God for your life.
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by anyimontana(m): 6:10pm On Mar 25, 2018
Am sure the treatment wasn't in naija..our level of incompetence knows no bound.they will mistakenly touch sometin in the guys brain that will make him go blind,or forget small pair of scissors inside the guys brain,wen he wakes up,he will start dancing scissors dance

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Pavore9: 6:11pm On Mar 25, 2018
Deltayankeeboi:
YORUBAS AND DISEASE. ALWAYS HAVING ONE DISEASE TO ANOTHER. SMH

While you deceive yourself that you are mentally balanced!

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by GGirll: 6:16pm On Mar 25, 2018
Thank God for your life my dear there's nothing as good as good health n life in Christ Jesus I'm glad you returned all d glory to Him ensure this second chance is properly harnessed for God n humanity cos that's all that mattered....Jesus fan for life....wish you long life n prosperity
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by pixypixs(m): 6:18pm On Mar 25, 2018
This is God's doing
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by naijjaman(m): 6:19pm On Mar 25, 2018
Nothing pass God. Thank God everyday you wake up alive and healthy
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by ndaman25: 6:19pm On Mar 25, 2018
anyimontana:
Am sure the treatment wasn't in naija..our level of incompetence knows no bound
you are right I know of someone with such sickness after d surgery not 80% successful he was paraliaz for a year before he died last week..
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by flyforall: 6:21pm On Mar 25, 2018
To GOD be the glory....he is able, abundantly able to deliver those who trust in him.
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Smartademu(m): 6:21pm On Mar 25, 2018
Deltayankeeboi:
YORUBAS AND DISEASE. ALWAYS HAVING ONE DISEASE TO ANOTHER. SMH
Are u serious, have u been to the core north before?

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by anyimontana(m): 6:24pm On Mar 25, 2018
ndaman25:
you are right I know of someone with such sickness after d surgery not 80% successful he was paraliaz for a year before he died last week..
that's naija for u..even the way nurses talk to sick people,u will wonder if they r angry that the person is ill or what??

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by BabatCargo(m): 6:26pm On Mar 25, 2018
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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by akinszz: 6:28pm On Mar 25, 2018
Deltayankeeboi:
YORUBAS AND DISEASE. ALWAYS HAVING ONE DISEASE TO ANOTHER. SMH
hediot, walai your own don ruin

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by phlopholly: 6:33pm On Mar 25, 2018
I want to return the glory to God. He said it, and He did it. This is my brother's story. It wasn't an easy battle, but God gave us victory. He shamed the devil and this victory is permanent.
Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by Baroba(m): 6:38pm On Mar 25, 2018
anyimontana:
Am sure the treatment wasn't in naija..our level of incompetence knows no bound.they will mistakenly touch sometin in the guys brain that will make him go blind,or forget small pair of scissors inside the guys brain,wen he wakes up,he will start dancing scissors dance

Looking at the background, that call bell hanging on the ward , oxygen and suction valve is similar to those found on UK wards, it might well be a private hospital in Naija.. Lucky guy, surviving a brain tumor no easy, but he should be prayerful, the can be quite aggressive..

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Re: Nigerian Man Diagnosed With Brain Tumour, Left Paralyzed Recounts His Recovery by anyimontana(m): 6:44pm On Mar 25, 2018
Baroba:


Looking at the background, that call bell hanging on the ward , oxygen and suction valve is similar to those found on UK wards, it might well be a private hospital in Naija.. Lucky guy, surviving a brain tumor no easy, but he should be prayerful, the can be quite aggressive..
u r ryt.its obvious its abroad

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