Meet Nigeria's Underground Traditional Stroke Doctor

Author:
BattaBox
Publisher:
BattaBox
Publication Date:
29 March 2019
Tags:
Nigeria, Arts, Culture and Entertainment

The story you are about to watch, is that of a stroke doctor who we discovered some time ago and surprisingly has an incredible following. With a lot of people from around Lagos visiting him and testifies that his treatment and massages are really changing their lives positively.

Our Presenter after discovering this decided to take a journey to visit the doctor who is fondly called Baba Imole. Baba Imole as a traditional stroke doctor got this trade as a gift he earned from his father who took him in as an apprentice since he was 10 years old.

As a result, he believes that he is the best doctor all over the world as tons of clients keep visit him with a lot on the waiting list to be attended to daily. During the course of shooting this video, we were opportune to see a child who is said to be suffering from polio and at that moment being treated by Baba Imole. He (Baba Imole) claims that the boy's polio in infection was caused by bad and expired injection administer to the child while he was a baby.

P.S: Polio is an infectious viral disease transmitted from one person to the other and mainly affects children of early age. It can result to paralysis if care is not taken and transmitted through food, water and so on.

Furthermore, Baba Imole claims that an unborn baby who is still in the womb can be caused by the enemies of the parent to have a stroke, how much more an older person. He also claims that he has as well, delivered a pregnant woman being cursed with witchcraft.


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