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Man vomits stray bullet lodged in his skull for months in Bayelsa

In what seem to be an act of God, a yet to be identified young man who has had a bullet lodged in his head for months without medical success has reportedly vomited it.

According to online reports, this unidentified young man was shot on the head by unknown gunmen close to his resident at Alamieseigha Road Opolo, yenagoa Bayelsa State, sometime last year and was immediately rushed to Federal Medical Center and later transferred to NDU teaching Hospital for a professional handling, his life was saved but the bullet could not be removed from his head as all effort proved futile.

After hospitals did all they could to remove the bullet without success, the man came across his miraculous experience while walking along the spot where he got shot.

A social media user identified as bosindelive, shared the story, read below:

“He was shot on the head by unknown gunmen closed to his resident at Alamieseigha Road Opolo, yenagoa #Bayelsa #State last year and was rushed to FMC and latter transferred to NDU teaching Hospital for a professional handling.

Every effort to get the bullet out of his head became abortive. The medical surgeons promised to conduct a surgery on him after woods are properly healed, due to the complexity of the area affected.

God with his infinite mercy conducted a surgery on him at the early hours on sunday 2nd of Feb 2020, while on his way out to visit a friend.

The wonders of all is that; getting to the point where he was shot by those guys, he felt like something on his throat and tried to throw up. Behold, the dangerous bullet that was to make him undergo surgery later, came out through his mouth”.

In similar development, a Facebook user, Electron DC, reveals how he discovered that a stray bullet was in his skull for over a year.

The young man had a successful operation which the was removed from his skull.

Read what he posted on his Facebook Page here.

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