Barrister Agbor Balla The Silent Active Machine Visits Victims Of Oct 1. Violence At The Saint Martin De Porres Catholic Mission Hospital Njinikom - Video





Barrister Agbor Balla yesterday Oct. 15, 2017, visited Oct.  victims at the St. Martin Se Porres Catholic Hospital Njinikom, to encourage and pray with them.

Barrister Agbor Balla was accompagnied by Hon. Paulius Jua former SDF MP for Boyo Division.

According to the silent but very active machine, the story of the victims touched them to the hearts, and their excruciting pains, left hem with scars.
The Reverend Sisters working in this health unit are fasting, praying and taking good care of the wounded, and praying for all our people at home and in exile. 
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The duo extended their  support to victims, and reminded them that their sacrifices will never go in vain.


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