10 Facts About The Doctor, Stella Immanuel Who Claims To Have The Cure To Covid-19
On Monday, 28th July, a video of US-based Doctor, Stella Immanuel claiming to have found the cure to the novel Coronavirus went viral on the internet.
Immanuel in the video said that she has treated and cured over 350 patients of COVID-19 with a combination of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), Zinc, and Zithromax.
She made these claims in front of the US Supreme Court backed by some other doctors from a group named The American Frontline Doctors.
In the video she has now been taken down from both Facebook and Youtube on false information grounds, the doctor said more people didn’t need to die anymore as Hydroxychloroquine from her experience, can cure Covid-19.
“This disease, this pandemic is bigger than Gilead, is bigger than democrats and republicans, it’s a diabolic, spiritual battle. And sometimes we need to fight spiritual battles spiritually,” Dr Stella said.
“The sponsors of the virus are people who do not have the good of humanity in mind”.
She also tweeted in support of President Trump in April when he declared Hydroxychloroquine was a cure to Covid-19 without medical backing.
Hydroxychloroquine works if given early. President Trump we are with you. Many of us doctors know it and have used it. Don’t stop speaking up for us. @realDonaldTrump @MarkMeadows @TuckerCarlson @IngrahamAngle @DonaldJTrumpJr @POTUS @VP @GovMikeHuckabee @PastorBroden
— Stella Immanuel MD (@stella_immanuel) April 27, 2020
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But really who is Dr. Immanuel?
- Her maiden name is Gwandiku-Ambe
- On her Facebook page, the doctor refers to herself as a “Physician, Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Deliverance Minister, God’s battle axe and weapon of war.”
- Immanuel was born in Bali, Cameroon.
- She studied medicine at the University of Calabar, Nigeria.
- Immanuel studied medicine in Nigeria between 1984 and 1990.
- In November, she took up work as a pediatrician in Alexandria Louisiana.
- She has been a physician in Rehoboth Medical Center since October 2019.
- In her bio, she also describes herself as a “prophet of God to the nations.”
- She is also the founder of Fire Power Ministries, which was founded in 2002.
- She’s single with three daughters one of whom is also a doctor.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian Guild of Medical Doctors (GMD) has tackled Dr. Immanuel saying her claims are unfounded. In a statement signed by the President of GMD, Prof. Olufemi Babalola in Abuja on Tuesday, the doctors said “There is no scientific evidence to prove the claim.”
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