NYANYA BOMB BLAST: More Injured Victims Leave Hospital As Redeemed Church Reaches Out To Them

More than a week after the bomb blast that happened in Nyanya, Abuja, more of the injured victims of the tragic incident have reportedly been discharged from the hospitals where they have been receiving treatment in the last one week.

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According to information made available on Monday, most of the victims have been released from Asokoro and Maitama district hospitals as well as the National Hospital in Abuja.

“We cannot give the exact figure of those who have been treated and discharged but the good news is that many of them have been treated and discharged and they are happy with the prompt attention given them by our staff,” a senior nursing officer at one of the hospitals, who conducted members of the Federal Capital Territory 3 Province of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, round the hospital wards to donate cash and provisions to the victims, stated.

One of the bomb blast victims, Angwa Ashe, who was discharged at the Asokoro General Hospital on Monday, said he was grateful to God for sparing his life despite being caught up in the blast.

 

 

“We cannot give the exact figure of those who have been treated and discharged but the good news is that many of them have been treated and discharged and they are happy with the prompt attention given them by our staff,” a senior nursing officer at one of the hospitals, who conducted members of the Federal Capital Territory 3 Province of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, round the hospital wards to donate cash and provisions to the victims, stated.

One of the bomb blast victims, Angwa Ashe, who was discharged at the Asokoro General Hospital on Monday, said he was grateful to God for sparing his life despite being caught up in the blast.

Ashe added that he had forgiven the perpetrators of the evil against him and other Nigerians and prayed God to touch their hearts to repent.

The Redeemed Church, led by the Pastor in Charge of the Province, Pastor Olajide Oluwajobi, donated materials and undisclosed amount of cash to 52 of the victims in the three hospitals they visited and prayed for their immediate recovery.

Oluwajobi explained that the donation was part of their responsibility to extend love and care to the needy in the province and in the spirit of the Easter celebration.

Source: Vanguard

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