A patient who recovered from COVID-19 disease has hailed City Preacher Rev Lucy Natasha for standing with her in prayers during the difficult moment. Well, the lady identified as Wanja Mwaura said that she was almost giving up to death.
The aforementioned lady became a subject of discussion on the social media after highlighting a long expose story of mistreatment at the hospital. She cited lack of enough oxygen whereas the government claimed to have shared enough funds to sort out enough resources of emergency at all hospitals.
Notably, Kenyans from all walks of life penned long messages of encouragement to the blogger who was hopeless. It was a tough moment fighting the unseen enemy.
In the comment section, Rev Lucy Natasha promised her of a better moment after the suffering since it only endures for a night and happiness comes in the morning. She asked her to remain strong because she was still on her knees praying God for quick recovery.
The virus has hit hard the continent to an extent of losing Hundreds of souls on a daily basis. The government continues to insist on following the ministry of health protocols so as to curb the virus surge. Ostensibly, everyone is encouraged to wear a mask in the public and also maintaining social distance
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