Ebola survivor causes commotion during testimony hour in Church
One of the health attendants that attended to the Liberian Patrick Sawyer, but survived the ravages of the disease, allegedly caused commotion in her church last Sunday.
According to reports, the young woman (name withheld) had stepped out to testify to the goodness of God in her life.
When it was her turn to share her testimony with the congregation, she sang and thanked God for helping her survive the ailment and testing negative to Ebola. Everyone allegedly joined in clapping and thanking God on her behalf.
However, when it was time for her to return the microphone to the pastor to call the next person, THISDAY reports thus:
“The Pastor said she should handover the microphone to the next person, but the next person shifted back and refused to collect it. The Ebola survivor tried to hand the microphone over to other testifiers but they also declined, claiming that they would testify later. The sister had to put the microphone on the floor. Before she could turn back to return to her seat, almost everyone around her in the church had jumped outside to escape contracting the disease.”
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