‘If you’re bleeding from a possible miscarriage go to hospital’, Toolz reacts to Pastor Faith Oyedepo’s recent testimony

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Tolu Oniru, popularly known as Toolz, is a Nigerian radio personality who has reacted to Pastor Faith Oyedepo’s faith testimony.

Angry Toolz reacted to the post saying that if a woman is bleeding from a possible miscarriage, it is advised that she goes to the hospital and not rely on faith.

Toolz also indicated that Nigeria is known to have the worst maternal mortality rates in the world, and sticking to faith over health is not advised.

She replied to the tweet: Pls don’t do this. If you’re bleeding from a possible miscarriage…go to hospital. Last thing you should be doing is making food for anyone.

I’m so annoyed! Nigeria has one of the worst maternal mortality rates in the world, and someone is here saying ignore bleeding during pregnancy and enter kitchen.

How Faith Oyedepo miraculously survived a miscarriage

It will be recalled that Faith Oyedepo, the wife of Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church Worldwide, shared her testimony on how she got miraculously healed of miscarriage.

Taking to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, Faith Oyedepo recounted how she thought she had miscarriage, while carrying their first son, when she saw blood flowing from her.

When she told her husband that she had a miscarriage, he boldly told her without hesitation that she can never have a miscarriage and had requested for his meal.

This statement activated the spirit of faith and the pregnancy was sustained.

Using her testimony as an example, Faith Oyedepo advised her followers on the need to constantly accelerate their spirit of faith.

“I remember when I was pregnant with our first son, one day I saw blood flowing from me and when my husband returned home, I told him that I had a miscarriage. Boldly, and without any hesitation, he said, “You can’t have a miscarriage!”, and then asked to be served his meal.

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