A Nigerian man has taken to Twitter to thank God and show gratitudes to the man whom God used as helper 3 years ago when he was in need of medical attention and help. This Nigerian man whose username is "Tochukwu Ezeukwu" explained that people maintained their distance on that faithful day at LUTH but this kind medical expert stood by him.
Tochukwu Ezeukwu further explained that the faithful day dated 10th November, 2017 was a sad day but the House Officer saved him. Besides, Tochukwu Ezeukwu said that he passed out but the doctor revived him. The doctor even broke protocol in order to get blood and transfuse him.
Below is the picture of the doctor. Tochukwu Ezeukwu said that the doctor's name is Amaechina.
Below is the picture of the patient who expressed his gratitude.
Tochukwu Ezeukwu wrote: "A House Officer Saved my life in LUTH on the 10th of November 2017. He stood by me while everyone was afraid of blood stood aloof. He revived me when I passed out, broke protocol to get me blood and transfused me. His name is Dr. Amaechina. Wherever you are, thank you again".
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One could see that it is good to help people.
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