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Uriel Oputa’s Mom Is Cancer Free Even When Some Doctors Didn’t Think She Would Make It

   

 

Congratulations are in order for Uriel Oputa, who revealed that her mother is cancer-free!

Uriel has been very open about her mum’s health, sharing how she and her siblings found out she had dementia which happened after a stroke and they have been doing their best to care for her. However, four months ago proved to be another trying time for the family as Uriel’s mom was diagnosed of cancer.

But today, she is cancer free!

Read Uriel’s testimony as written on her Instagram page

“Look at God. I found out she had cancer 4 months ago. She would wake me up every night screaming in pain. The night before her Colonscopy she screamed all night in pain. I was so scared that I called my gate man and ran out of the room in fear. I wanted to pee in my pants.

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It was 1 am. I had no pain killers at home. I’m normally afraid to enter taxis late, but I had to buy pain killers. I sat up all night watching my mum, checking if she was still breathing. On the day of the cancer scan, I saw the tumour live and direct. I went “numb” and called my brothers.  We all cried, because she was already weak from the stroke and dementia.

My little brother had already set his mind on saying his good byes
All the doctors in the UK didn’t think she would make it.
The day I wheeled mum in to the operating room I was sooo scared that I just held her and prayed. I spoke in tongues. The doctors must have thought I was crazy.

I just want to thank God.
My Brothers Obieze, Odie, Ken, Bcar.
Thank you for looking after mum while
cooking, singing, washing, changing, even doing her make up.
I LOVE YOU MY FOUR KINGS
I can’t thank you enough brothers
I love you all.

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Thank you for giving me this opportunity to work. I miss having mum with me but I’m 100 percent focused.
Carol Ajike. Thank you so much. Carol thank you
My mum is cancer free
God Dalu
God will make a way where there is no way
Everything fashioned to work against you will work for you.”

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Look at God.. I found out she had Cancer 4 months ago she would wake me up every night screaming in pain. The night before her Coloncospy she screamed all night the pain..I was so scared I called my Gate man and Ran out of the room in fear. I wanted to pee my pants It was 1 am I had no pain killers at home, I'm normally afraid to enter Taxis late, but I had to buy pain killers, I sat up all Night watching my mum checking if she was still breathing. The Day of the Cancer scan… I Saw the tumour live and direct .. I went "Numb" called my brothers we all cried.. because she was already weak from the stroke and Dementia.. My little brother had already set his mind on saying his Good byes All the Doctors in the UK didn't think she would make it. The Day I wheeled mum in to the operating Room I was sooo scared I just held her and prayed I spoke In tongues the Doctors must of thought I was crazy. I just want Thank God. My Brothers Obieze, Odie ,Ken,Bcar. Thank you For looking after mum Cooking Singing washing changing even doing her make up. I LOVE YOU MY FOUR KINGS I can't tell you enough brothers I love you all. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to work.. I miss having mum with me but I'm 100 percent focused. Carol Ajike. Thank you so much. Carol thank you My mum is Cancer free God Dalu God will make a way where there is no way Everything Fashioned to work against you will work for you

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