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“God No Dey Sleep’- See The Kind Of Accident This Boy Survived That Got People Talking Online

“God No Dey Sleep’-See The Kind Of Accident This Boy Survived That Got People Talking Online.

Good afternoon Ghanaians.

Some reports came this afternoon concerning how a young boy survived a serious accident that got people talking and don’t forget to share this article with everyone.

“Minor auto accidents typically involve slight damage to the vehicle that does not impede the vehicle’s ability to operate or cause severe injuries. For instance, a person may rear-end your vehicle and cause a few dents or scratches to the bumper” According to my source.

God is wonderful with his magnificent works he doing concerning human beings. We should just be praying and thanking him for keeping us alive to this extent.

A story went viral on social media a few hours ago about how a younger man survived a ghastly automobile accident. The young man’s name is Don Iyke and he thank God almighty after he escaped that useless plan set for him by his enemies. He later went to social media to disclose the ghastly auto accident he survived, Here what he posted:

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See photos:

Then the snapshotsts he shared on social media have gathered a lot of reactions from social media users as a lot of people thanked God for saving his life, others have been busy asking who snapped the photos. See reactions below:

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