Ghanaians React As Woman Pours Adom Kyei Duah’s Yesu Mogya Sobolo On Sick Baby Instead Of Rushing Him To Hospital

• Woman uses Sobolo drink to heal sick baby, sparking debate on faith.
• Video shows woman pouring Sobolo drink on child, believed to symbolize Jesus’ blood and divine healing properties.
• Supporters of Prophet Stephen Adom Kyei Duah support the mother’s actions, while critics question her judgment and intelligence.
• The incident has divided public opinion on faith, spirituality, and medical help.
• The video has sparked discussions on the boundaries between faith, superstition, and common sense in health issues.

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The actions of a woman who used Sobolo to try and heal her sick baby have sparked a debate on the topic of faith.

In a video that has gone viral on social media, the woman can be seen pouring the drink, which is sold by Prophet Stephen Adom Kyei Duah as Yesu Mogya, on her child who was seriously ill.

Followers of the Prophet believe that the Sobolo drink symbolizes the blood of Jesus and has divine healing properties.

While some people support the mother’s actions and believe in the power of spiritual healing, others have criticized her for potentially endangering her child’s health by not seeking conventional medical treatment.

Many question the mother’s judgment and intelligence in relying solely on a spiritual remedy for her child’s illness.

The incident has stirred up controversy and divided opinions among the public. Some argue that faith and spirituality play an important role in healing, while others stress the importance of seeking professional medical help in such situations.

The video has ignited a discussion on the boundaries between faith, superstition, and common sense when it comes to dealing with health issues.

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