- A COVID-19 patient has caused a huge media stir after he archived his last moment before he died of the virus
- In his final moment, he could be seen saying he is struggling for breath as ventilators were pulled off him
- The grief-stricken father of the deceased performed final rites for his son on Saturday, June 27
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Just minutes before dying, a 34-year-old coronavirus patient documented his last moments in a selfie video he sent to his father on Friday night, June 26.
The video showed him saying that he could not breathe as the ventilator was taken off him by doctors. By Sunday, June 28, the video had become a massive sensation online.
In the clip, the man also accused health officials of earlier ignoring his call for oxygen for three hours. The deceased’s dad did the final rites for his son on Saturday, June 27.
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See video below:
“They have removed ventilator… My heart has stopped and only lungs are working, but I am unable to breathe, daddy. Bye daddy, bye all, bye daddy,” he said.
The hospital, however, dismissed the allegation the deceased made, saying that he was at a very medically bad state that he could not sense the supply of oxygen being given to him.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that Ophelia Afia Asante, a young lady from Assin-Fosu has revealed that Bishop Bernard Nyarko came to her in a dream to give her a message to deliver to the world.
The young Ghanaian lady made the shocking revelations in an interview with ZionFelix that was sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to Ophelia, her dreams usually contain events that happen in real life and the manner in which she saw Bernard Nyarko deliver the message to her is proof that it is urgent, real and needful.
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