'Pray For Me', Fast Rising Actress, Patience Says As She's About To Go For Her Surgery
By ElizabethO | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 738 views
Fast Rising Actress, Patience Yisa took to her instagram handle 2 hours ago to share a photo of her drip injection as she told her fans and colleagues in the Nollywood Industry to pray for her. On her post she said, "pray for me. Like pray for me for real. Surgery. God help me". From her caption, it sounds like nothing serious, but yet she still needs prayers from fans and celebrities in the Nollywood Industry.
This photo has sparked reactions online as fans and celebrities prayed for her and wish her well in the operation.
Top celebrities like Monalisa Stephen said, speedy recovery. Kelvin Ikeduba said, you are healed. Princess Salt said, speedy recovery boo. Chantel Igwe said, May God in his infinite mercy heal you. Real Betty said, you are more than a conqueror. Amen. Shaggybee said, you are heal dear. Other fans also sent her prayers.
Please pray for her.
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