Jesus gave me second chance, my kidney healing miraculously – Nollywood actor, Leo Mezie

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Nollywood actor, Leonard Mezie, has disclosed how his failed kidney began to heal on its own after he traveled abroad and that there was no need for a transplant eventually.

Mezie who was battling to survive collapsed kidneys after he allegedly took medications following wrong medical diagnosis returned to Nigeria recently.

He was diagnosed wrongly with malaria, typhoid and pneumonia for over a year and the medications collapsed his kidneys.

The actor, who last month, had appreciated friends and well-meaning Nigerians for their continued prayers and support, said his healing was more of a miracle.

He said, “I don’t know why Jesus chose to give me a second chance, but I believe it’s to serve him, and this time around in everything I do.

“At a point, I was ready to die. I had lost all hopes and was already making plans to return to the village, but God gave me a second chance to life, so that I can win more souls for him with my testimony.

“We had concluded plans for a kidney transplant; donor’s treatment, medical bills, compensation and lots more, but God turned my case around.

“After series of prayer, the kidneys that were diagnosed and confirmed damaged began to pick up and heal.

“At the long run, I didn’t have to go through any transplant; the doctors were amazed at the sudden transformation, which could be done by only God.

“My biggest appreciation is to the Almighty God. Despite my sins and shortcomings, He still found me worthy to receive his mercy.

“Then to Apostle Johnson (the senior pastor and General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministry, OFM) – the man of God who gave me money and took care of all my medical bills. I’d also like to thank my wife, who stood by me in this challenging time despite all odds. I owe my life to you.

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“To my colleagues, fans and the media, God bless you all.”

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