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Miracle: Woman regains sanity after 14-year madness

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THE Community of Oko in Orumba North Local Government Area of Anambra State,Sunday, witnessed a miraculous healing of a mad woman, Mary Okoye , who was alleged to have been mad for about 14 years.

  National Light spoke to   Ngozi Ezeobiagwu, a staff of Federal Polytechnic, Oko, and a business woman, who  confirmed the story.

  According to her, “I came in contact with Mary two years ago when she came down to Oko. You know being a mad woman, people will always shy away from her and even pursue her whenever she comes near them.

She stays almost opposite my shop and gradually, she started getting close to me. She will often come to me and ask for meal. So I formed it as a habit to feed her even if it is a meal a day.

  “Because she often gets aggressive and attacks people but will always be calm around me, people started thinking I was the one using her and bolder ones will always confront me, accusing me. Humanly, I often get disturbed by those allegations but I couldn’t help but continue.

  “On this fateful day, I got back from a business trip and came to my shop to wash off some of my materials. Meanwhile, there is this boy by name Emenike from Abakakiliki who I came in contact with some months ago. He would often come to my shop as I instructed.

  “On this said day, I was here with this Mrs Mary discussing. You know that kind of chat with a mad person. I just had to keep up with the discussion so she doesn’t get offended and feel bad.

As we were talking, Emenike came in and in the course of our discussion, we had to start praying for her and she regained her sanity and put off the rags she was wearing which were about 30 in number.  Right now, we have also returned her to her place in Okpanam, Delta State,” she explained.

  Students and staff of Federal Polytechnic Oko, indigenes and well wishers expressed happiness over the healing.

  A source who preferred anonymity expressed gratitude to God for the miracle. “I am very grateful and happy for this testimony. Many a times, people would have killed her by beating because of her misdoings at times.”

  A student who just gave his name as Ozor said, “this woman has been here since I came into this school. She had troubled some of us, pursued some and done a lot of horrible things. But today, those things are great testimonies. I just feel good and bless God for he alone can do this.

  Mrs Ngozi Kawado, half sister to Mary while speaking to National Light said,” Mary has been away from home for about 13 years. Am glad she is back home.

She was very small when her  father died after which she left home. And the issue has been a major concern to us all. God bless Mrs Ngozi and her colleague for healing and bringing Mary back.”

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