- Abraham, a gentleman on Twitter identified with the handle @_mmla_ has caused stir with photos of a serious accident he was saved from
- According to the young man, he suffered multiple fractures and people who witnessed the incident could not believe he survived
- Abraham mentioned that the incident consolidated his belief in Jesus and many people have been reacting to this
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A gentleman who simply calls himself Abraham on Twitter with the handle @_mmla_ has narrated how God save him from a terrible accident he suffered five years ago.
In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Abraham's personal handle, the gentleman indicated that the incident consolidated his belief in God and Jesus Christ.
According to him, he was hit by a drunk driver and terribly suffered concussion, broken femur, shattered pelvis and a massive blood loss.
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Everyone who witnessed the incident or extent of injury reports, according to Abraham, that it was miraculous that he made it alive.
Abraham's story went viral and gathered many interesting reactions sighted by YEN.com.gh.
Smith Gbenga Lawson also came along to share photos of a serious accident that God saved him from in 2018
Interestingly, Ibrah, who appears to be a non-Christian opined that Abraham should not have ascribed the miracle to Jesus
Ukwubile Ileje Inelo, who was also saved from an accident in 2017 shared mindblowing photos of his injury
In another report by YEN.com.gh, a gentleman identified on Twitter as Pops with the handle, @Talldarkandfly, has shaken Twitter with massive reactions after sharing a lookalike photo of himself and his father.
Pops, who has has a new baby, captured himself holding it in a similar way that his father held him in a photo 29 years ago in 1991.
Pops did not actually say much about the photo; he simply wrote the dates above the respective pictures and left it to tell the story by itself.
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