The famous Tanzanian doctor who used his miracle medicine to 'treat' all kinds of diseases, and particularly HIV/AIDS has passed away this Friday. Ambilikile Mwasapile famously known as Babu wa Loliondo from Arusha in Tanzania passed away while receiving treatment at the Digodigo Hospital. According to media reports from Tanzania, Babu wa Loliondo died after a short illness.
Photo Courtesy. For nearly two years now, Covid-19 has continued to cause menace across the world with many people losing their lives after contracting the monstrous virus. Since the first Covid-19 case was reported in Wuhan China, the world has metamorphosed into a totally different place.
Photo Courtesy. Kenyans have joined their Tanzanian counterparts in Mourning Mzee Ambilikile Mwasapile famously known as Babu wa Loliondo from Arusha Tanzania. For several years, Mzee WA Loliondo has been receiving guests from as far as South Africa to drink his magical concoction that reportedly had the ability to cure AIDS.
Image courtesy The name Babu wa Loliondo is common not only in the neighboring Tanzania but also outside the East African country's borders. In 2011, this became a popular name as he was the sought after doctor. The story is told of rich men and women who chartered planes to flock Loliondo in Tanzania in search of miracle healing.
Herbalists have been popular in the past years due to the herbs believed to protect the body against diseases. Remember Babu "Loliondo"? The man who hails from Tanzania had been in the limelight due to his healing herbs. He not only managed to convince Tanzanians but also many people across East Africa.
Ambilikile Mwasapile known as Babu wa Loliondo from Arusha in Tanzania has died. The famous doctor came to limelight after he claimed to have medicine that could cure all diseases. According to Citizen TV he has been sickling and died today in the afternoon. The exact disease that caused his death remains unknown.
It is a sad day after Babu Wa Liondo who was once popular in 2019 is reported dead, the guy tricked people that he got a Cure for dangerous diseases like HIV and Aids, Cancer, Blood Pressure, and many other diseases. The name Babu wa Loliondo is common not solely in the neighboring Tanzania but also outside the East African country's borders.
A Kenyan lady by the name Fiona Juma has reportedly died just 24 hrs after she made desperate calls on social media to be helped by Oxygen. Fiona revealed she was at the Mbagathi hospital where she was trying to get Oxygen for days, but the management told her the hospital had no oxygen left.
It has been learnt with sadness that retired Tanzanian priest Babu Wa Loliondo has died on Friday 30 evening. According to sources, the self declared Miracle healer has died in hospital after a sudden illness which is yet to be disclosed. His aide Paul Dudui has confirmed the sudden death of Babu wa Loliondo via local media newspaper, Nation.
The world is not new to controversies.Recently it was a great pastor T.B Joshua who went to be with the Lord,with many across the world, mourning his passing on. And now as per the reports a self proclaimed miracle healer from Loliondo christened Babu wa Loliondo has died.
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(Photo: Courtesy) A woman cried for help before succumbing to Covid-19 upon developing breathing complications while receiving treatment at Mbagathi Hospital. The woman identified as Fiona Juma on Facebook account pleaded with any doctor with oxygen gas to save patients at the health facility. She raised the red alarm that there was no oxygen gas to sustain patients at the health centre.
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