- Social media user @JeanyMotlokoa opened up with an emotional yet inspiring story involving her daughter's heart condition
- Her daughter suffered heart failure at the tender age of three with her chances of survival being slim to none
- A paediatrician rescued the little one by using a syringe to drain fluid that was surrounding her heart and she is now a healthy eight-year-old
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Twitter user @JeanyMotlokoa shared an inspirational story of her daughter and the struggles that she's overcome despite her young age. At the age of three, her daughter's heart failed and doctors couldn't seem to revive the innocent child.
When all hope seemed lost, a paediatrician came to the rescue. The doctor drained fluid that was surrounding the toddler's heart with the use of a syringe and soon enough the little one started breathing again.
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Thousands of South Africans reacted to the heartwarming post, while many who came across the post were pleased to know that the little one, who is now eight years old, is still going strong. The commenters seemed to agree on one thing - God is good.
Take a look at her post below:
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Cyber citizens are filled with emotions
"Glory to them doctors especially the paediatrician."
"Wow, that doctor is amazing."
"May she live a long and prosperous life."
@IntractiveRisen responded with:
"This is the content I wish to consume every day... Testimonies contribute a lot to one's spiritual growth."
"Now that I’ve read a miracle story I can go to sleep."
"Wow. This is such a heartwarming miracle indeed. That doctor deserves a national award."
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Ghanaian Headteacher in Eastern Region Refurbishes School with Monthly Salary
In more news about miracles, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the headteacher of Kwasi Nyarko Presbyterian Primary School, Richard Boakye Marfo, has used his monthly salary to paint his school building to give it a facelift.
The school, located in Upper West Akim District in the Eastern Region, competes with Preparatory Schools in the community.
Marfo told GBC News that he embarked on the exercise to make the school attractive to the pupils and increase enrolment.
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