Inform Don Dey of who Dr. Stella Immanuel will be, why she should take note of hydroxychloroquine, and who knows what kind of person she will be.
Previously, we reported that large and large social media companies like Facebook and Twitter do not show a trending video of Dr. Stella when she asked how she treats pipo with hydroxychloroquine, di melecine wey The World Health Organization claims to say no work on Covid-19 patients
But BBC Pidgin did not light an oda video on YouTube, it would be like the second part of the press conference, for which Dr. Stella and some oda doctors appeared.
Di’s video shows different different doctors, including Dr. Stella, who introduces herself as a pastor and “warrior princess of God.”
“The disease, the great Gilead pandemic, the great battle of Democrats and Republicans, a spiritual and diabolical battle. And sometimes we need to spiritually fight spiritual battles,” says Dr. Stella bin.
“Say pipo behind am na pipo wey don’t get di good of human for mind.”
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Who will be Dr. Stella Immanuel?
Within the second part of the conference video trend (available from the time we wrote the speeches), Dr. Stella claims to be a citizen of Cameroon, we will train for neighboring Kontri Nigeria and will engage the United States by 1992. Also He said he did not. for “30 years”.
- Her full name is Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel and she is around 55 years old.
- Attend the Protestant College of Cameroon. We will be tackling a secondary school for Bali, in the northwest of Cameroon.
- Study medicine for the University of Calabar (class of 1990)
- According to her, she moved to the US by 1992
- She got her daughter Wey to also train as a doctor, graduated from Baylor University and the University of Westminster.
- Louisiana Pediatric Clinic career begins
- According to a court case document, around 2006 she operates and owns the Rapha Medical and Therapeutic Clinic for Louisiana
- She will be pastor and founder of Fire Power Ministries for Houston, Texas. According to the profile of the social networks of day, dem dey do “liberation, prayer and spiritual warfare”
- She does not write 5 wey dey Amazon books under the name of Dr Stella Immanuel
- He also writes a book with pastors from the Nigerian-based Fire Mountain Ministries church and a book of litters under her old name “Stella Gwandiku-Tita”.
- For 2019 she starts working for the Rehoboth Medical Center, but she also owns
America’s Frontline Doctors
Doctors used Dr. Stella to call America’s Frontline Physicians (AGF) and were a group of medical professionals who watched scientists closely and scientists disagree with the pandemic.
It is like saying that Dr. Stella follows her as a member of the group, as she wears a coat with the di joinbodi logo and is heading to the conference that we organized on July 27.
Tea Party Patriots, we will be political conservatives and press for the reelection of President Trump, tanda gidigba to support the conference.
For May, America Frontline Doctors founder Simone Gold organized a letter to Oga Trump, calling for him to end the blocking rules.
Ralph Norman, a Republican member of the House of Representatives, met with doctors when they gave the press conference during the success of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for patients with Covid-19 dia.
Hydroxychloroquine conspiracy dey?
For the press conference, an AGF doctor accuses big pharmaceutical companies of saying they fear losing money because they say they work with hydroxychloroquine.
“We did not hear about the study we did for Nigeria, India, Portugal, Italy and morning use. [hydroxychloroquine] As prevention, we work for each case and especially when I use them early in the morning … without fear that the companies will be … lose a lot of money, “said Dr. Richard Urso bin tok.
Much serious debate about hydroxychloroquines recently on social media. World Health Organization don tok say dem torchlight say di melecine does not work for Covid-19.
I gave debate on ginger and divided Americans on politics, as those who support hydroxychloroquine say President Trump supports, and those who don’t want Trump na di pipo don’t want the world to know that di melecine we work.
For a statement to BBC News, Twitter says: “Tweets with DIY video in violation of our Covid-19 disinformation policy. We are taking action in line with our policy here.”
“We have removed this video for sharing false information about cures and treatments for Covid-19,” Facebook told the BBC, confirming that it was also removing other versions of the video.
YouTube told the BBC: “We have removed the video for violating our Covid-19 disinformation policies.”
BBC News also reached out to Breitbart, the White House, and America’s frontline doctors for comment.