Ghanaian Trotro Driver Atimbila, Who Reportedly Went Blind After Argument With Passenger Healed In Live Video

Ghanaian Trotro Driver Atimbila, Who Reportedly Went Blind After Argument With Passenger Healed In Live Video

  • Isaac Moro, a bus driver who lost his sight due to an altercation, has regained his vision through a spiritual intervention during a radio show in Kumasi
  • The ritual involved prayers and washing his eyes with water, leading to his ability to perceive light again
  • Expressing gratitude, Moro added that he plans to treat his passengers with greater respect in the future

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Isaac Moro, a commercial bus driver who lost his sight after an altercation with a passenger, has reportedly experienced a remarkable reversal of fortune by regaining his vision.

The surprising turnaround took place during the broadcast of Kumasi-based Sompa FM's Asem Mp3 Nipa show on Monday, August 14, 2023.

Isaac Moro, also known as Atimbila, was guided through a series of spiritual cleansing and activities by a spiritual man who had promised to restore his sight.

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Atimbila, a Ghanaian trotro driver
Atimbila, the Ghanaian trotro driver who got healed in radio Photo credit: Sompa TV
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The process involved intensive prayers led by a pastor and the subsequent washing of Atimbila's eyes with water from a bowl.

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Following three washes, Atimbila, who had been unable to perceive light due to his blindness, began to regain his ability to see. His previously unfocused eyes started to show signs of change, and over time, Atimbila's vision gradually returned.

In a message addressing the individual responsible for his blindness, Isaac Moro expressed deep gratitude and pledged to treat his passengers with respect in the future.

He stated, "I am thankful that he accepted my fault and restored my eyesight for me. I am very grateful."

How Ghanaians are reacting to the video of Atimbila receiving healing

This astonishing turn of events has captivated many, showcasing the power of belief and the unexpected ways in which life's challenges can be overcome.

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@georgeappiahnuamah7708 said:

Those that don't believe anything and disrespect anyhow should learn...God bless host and panel members.

@mabelsam3626 indicated:

We give praise to God Almighty

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In a separate report, Gladys, a mother of four who went blind and was abandoned by her husband, is calling on Ghanaians to come to her aid.

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