Jummai Nache and her husband, Philip Nache, were born in Nigeria and traveled to the United States a few years ago to work with the Southern Baptists to develop churches among Minneapolis’ African community.

Jummai Nache was a medical assistant in a Minneapolis clinic when she was told to take the COVID-19 “vaccines.” Shortly after the second injection, her husband claims “she started to experience chest pain at work.”

After that, symptoms of blood clots, a recognized adverse effect of the Pfizer COVID-19 shots, were discovered in her heart, and she has had both legs amputated and will have to have both hands amputated as well.

Nigerian Jummai Nache’s legs amputated in U.S. after Pfizer COVID-19 jab

The CDC sent her family a letter that said Jummai Nache was infected with MIS-A and COVID-19, but that they couldn’t know whether the COVID-19 vaccine played a role.

Her full story is written by her husband and posted on their GoFundMe account, where they are seeking to raise money for medical expenses.

The following are some quotes from her husband’s GoFundMe page:

This is the story about my wife, Jummai Nache.

She is a medical assistant who worked in a clinic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she was instructed to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

After receiving her second Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Feb. 1, 2021, she started to experience chest pain at work.

Three days after the chest pains, I took her to Urgent Care on Feb. 6, 2021. After the checkup, EKG, and other tests, the doctor said nothing was wrong with her chest, and every test showed she was okay.

She took a COVID-19 test and the next day was confirmed positive. Jummai and I were shocked when we received the result of COVID-19 positive because she had not manifested any symptoms before taking the shot.

But we later accepted that perhaps, the virus and the vaccine together contributed to the adverse reaction on her body based on the report of the Infectious Disease physician that Jummai was asymptomatic.

So Jummai followed the CDC guidelines, but a few days later, she ended up at Fairview ER and then was transferred to the U of M medical center.

On Feb. 14, 2021, the doctor called and told me that her heart was deteriorating, her oxygen levels and blood pressure were low, and she needed to be put on a ventilator. I approved for them to proceed with the ventilator as needed.

The Infectious Disease Doctor considered the test results, Jummai’s condition, the timeline of the administered vaccine, and the onset of COVID-19, realizing the vaccine might have caused the adverse reaction.

But the Doctor concluded that this is just a theory that cannot be verified because they do not have testing equipment to clearly state that the vaccine has caused Jummai’s devastation.

Whatever the cause may be, my wife is suffering unbearable, excruciating pain and permanent catastrophic damage. The consequences of the adverse event are as follows: 1. Arterial blood clot; 2. Respiratory distress—ventilator; 3. Cardiomyopathy; 4. Anemia; 5. Damage to fingers of both hands and toes of both feet; 6 Ischemia; 7. MIS-Multiple Inflammatory Syndrome.

As a result of the above complications, the Infectious Disease Dr decided to forward the case to CDC.

According to the Dr, after going back and forth with the CDC, they decided to deliberate with many experts around the country, in which about 70-80 doctors met on a virtual call to discuss Jummai’s case.

About eight weeks after the meeting, the CDC sent us a letter of their conclusions which stated that Jummai was infected with MIS-A and COVID-19, but they cannot conclude whether the covid-19 vaccine contributed for now.

Since Jummai’s blood specimen, which was taken at the onset of this nightmare, is saved in the lab, we pray for God’s provision of a separate body of experts who could study Jummai’s very unique case to draw other conclusions.

As the CDC related, Jummai’s case is very unique. Since my request to be in that meeting was not granted, I submitted the following questions for the CDC experts’ response:

1. When her symptoms started, I was with her, eating and sleeping together, but I tested negative and did not have any symptoms. Why am I not positive?

2. If she got the vaccine before the virus or got them simultaneously, did the clashing of the covid-19 and the vaccine cause such adverse reactions? Why didn’t the CDC or Pfizer let us know? Or why wouldn’t they ask everyone to be tested for covid-19 first before taking the vaccine?

3. If the vaccine is meant to defeat the virus, either by destroying or weakening its effect, why the adverse severe damage? Conversely, if the vaccine did not defeat the virus, what role was the vaccine playing in Jummai’s body?

On one occasion, the doctor called and told me that Jummai could die at any moment, but God miraculously preserved my wife’s life in response to all the prayers of the church.

The MWBC set up a GoFundMe for the couple, hoping to raise $500,000 to help pay for their medical expenses, expenses for prosthetic limbs and other adjustments the couple will have to make in their new life.

More than $100,000 has been raised for the couple as of Monday morning.

(Source: TheBL.com)

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