Lamboginny Singer shares testimony of how he was saved from death

The singer remembers a time back in 2012 when a good Samaritan helped save him on the side of the road.

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Dancehall singer, Lamboginny in a recent Facebook post writes on an accident that nearly claimed his life back in 2012.

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According to him, he was saved from death from a car accident by a good samaritan.

"Around this same month of July in 2012 I had a very bad accident on Eko bridge 2:30am on my way from one event heading to another.

I was bleeding so bad from my noise I thought I was going to die and to further scare me the doors of my car refused to open due to the impact of the accident.

After fighting with the door for about 20mins I managed to pull myself out of the car. I started crawling away from the car cos I was afraid an oncoming vehicle might run into me.

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I tried to flag down passing cars for help but non stopped, at this point blood had covered the floor and I was beginning to feel dizzy, luckily I found my phone in my pocket so I struggled to take a picture of myself and sent it to my big sis Stella Damascus just incase I die at list someone will know what happened to me.

While I was reminiscing on my life journey and putting together my last thoughts a car drove pass me but I was too weak to flag the driver down, suddenly I saw the red light of the car far away but coming back towards me and it kept coming closer and finally a young man came out of it and said ‘Baba u no go die pls just keep talking to me’ he asked me if I know any hospital I said no, so he stopped a taxi and told the driver to lead us to the nearest hospital.

We finally got to general hospital Lagos island and I was rushed into ICU and this Good Samaritan God sent to me brought out money to pay but the doctors said we save lives first before money. At this time Uche Malife had already sent a bbc with my phone so my friends can know what had happen to me.

While The doctors were getting work done on me I felt a hand holding mine and a thick voice saying ‘Yinka Lawanson u no fit die just relax’ tears of joy ran down my eyes cos I knew it was Joseph Ameh voice talking, that joy of at list one friend is here, also Lydia Babatunde drove all the way that mid night to the hospital and I know she doesn’t drive at night…lol..(thanks for the love). Few minutes later my Good Samaritan friend came back and said I have just tooled ur car away from the Bridge into the premises of the hospital this was about 5am.

It’s like God sent an angel to me. Today am alive just for an act of kindness and I just want u all to know I LOVE U ALL SO MUCH. U remember I said I sent my pix to big sis thinking I was going to die? Sis almost ran gaga in the morning when she woke up to that picture but by then I was already taking treatment (sorry I sacred u sis ). Thank you Lord for saving me. and thanks to everyone that have showed me unconditional Love all my life. 4d ladies and for my goons.

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That’s Uche on the right side and that’s me thinking I was taking my last picture but God said no it’s just a bloody selfie. I LOVE U LORD. None of you reading this will die by accident or die young IJN. Follow me on IG @Lamboginny one big family."

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