Deborah Okezie is the mother of a high school boy, Don Davis who was allegedly assaulted by senior students of a Deeper Life High School in Uyo.
Recently, Deborah Okezie had revealed why she cried after allegedly helping a man who was about to pay N22 million for treatment in India.
Here is the story of it happened as she shared in a live video today;
She said a man contacted her sometimes last two weeks from Kano. According to her, the man sent to her some pictures showing his medical condition. He sent his pictures reportedly because he wants Deborah Okezie to pray for him and probably suggest a traditional medicine for him.The man was meant to go India for treatment and he needed to deposit about N22 million at the hospital. She then sent the man some antibiotics to be used in treating the condition. According to her, the drugs worked for the man and the man decided to appreciate her in a little way. So the man promised to send into Deborah Okezie's account a sum of N50,000.Deborah Okezie she immediately rejected this because the man could not appreciate her with an amount higher than this. She added truthfully that she was expecting from the man nothing less than N1 million out of the N22 million he was planning to deposit at the Indian hospital initially. She said she cried because she was really pained and upset with this gesture from the man.
See how people are reacting to this;
Watch the video via the link below.
What do you think about how this man wanted to appreciate Deborah Okezie? Kindly share your opinion with us and let us know if you will accept the money assuming you are in Deborah Okezie's shoe.
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