Video: Sonnie Badu’s Song Resurrects Dead Girl Back To Life After Doctor Pronounced Her Dead
By HarrySports | self meida writer
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A woman identified to be Grace has left the whole of social media in shock after she revealed that God had than the unimaginable for her.
According to the Woman, her baby girl was pronounced dead by doctors and by hearing Sonnie Badu’s popular and power song titled “Baba”, the child resurrected.
The mother of the child narrated that, her young child fell into hot water and she only realized this event 5 minutes after the baby had fallen into the water.
She then run quickly to remove her child from the pot of hot water and then hurriedly sent her child to the hospital.
After Examining the child, the doctors pronounced the baby girl dead. She then asked to see her child and whiles with the child, she played the baba song which eventually led to the resurrection of the young girl.
She then called upon the doctors to come and confirm what was really going on and it was a miracle.
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