Stella Immanuel Biography, Early Life, Age, Family, Education, Career And Net Worth

Stella Immanuel Biography
Stella Immanuel is a Cameroonian-American pastor, author and physician. She is currently practising at a private clinic in Texas.
Dr. Stella went viral a few days ago after releasing videos where she stated that hydroxychloroquine can cure COVID-19. In the video, she also claimed that wearing facial coverings and social distancing as COVID-19 precautionary tips were unnecessary. The video has so far, been taken down from the top social media platforms.
Today we'd be talking about Stella Immanuel's biography, date of birth, early life, education, parents, siblings, husband, children, career, net worth, houses, cars, social media handles and everything else you'd love to know about her. 
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Stella Immanuel Profile

Before we begin, here's a quick rundown on Stella Immanuel's biography and a few things you'd love to know about her: 
Full Name: Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel
Date of birth: 1965
Age: 55 years (2020)
Nationality: Cameroonian-American
Education: University of Calabar
Children: Mima Fondong and Bernette
Occupation: Physician, pastor, author
Years active: 1998 - present
Net worth

Stella Immanuel Biography, Date Of Birth, Age, Early Life, Family And Education

Dr. Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel was born in 1965 in Cameroon. Growing up, she discovered her interest in becoming a doctor at a very early age of four. She began her elementary education at Cameroon. After containing her First School Leaving Certificate, she enrolled at the Cameroon Protestant College, Bali, Cameroon for her secondary education.

Stella further travelled to Nigerian for her university education after gaining admission to study medicine at the University of Calabar, graduating in 1990. She moved to the United States in 1992 and completed a pediatric residency at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center in New York City.

Dr. Immanuel is happily married with children.

Medical Career

In 1998, Dr. Stella Immanuel began practising at the Southern Pediatric Clinic in Alexandria, Louisiana. A year later, she joined the General Pediatric Care Clinic as a paediatrician. In 2006, she owned the Rapha Medical and Therapeutic Clinic in Louisiana.
Dr. Stella Immanuel is also a registered physician in Texas with an active medical license from the Texas Medical Board. She began working for Rehoboth Medical Center in Houston, which she also owns in 2019.

Pastoral Career

Stella Immanuel is also a pastor, author and founder of the Fire Power Ministries. The 55-years old author and self-described "wealth transfer coach" is also the host of a radio and television show entitled Fire Power.

She has been an outspoken supporter of Donald Trump, and long-time critic of what she views as sexual immorality, including "unmarried couples living together, homosexuality, bestiality, polygamy" and what she calls "homosexual terrorism". 

According to Concordia University theological studies professor André Gagné, Immanuel's beliefs trace back to African Pentecostalism and the charismatic movement.

COVID-19 Misinformation

Stella Immanuel on July 27, 2020, appeared in a Tea Party Patriots-backed press event by a group known as "America's Frontline Doctors" in front of the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court. She released claims she had cured COVID-19 in 350 patients at her clinic using a combination of hydroxychloroquine, Zithromax, and zinc (a claim not supported by any strong scientific research; no drug has been approved as a specific cure for COVID-19)

She also stated that public health measures such as the wearing of facial coverings and social distancing are unnecessary. A Republican member of the House of Representatives, Ralph Norman from South Carolina, attended the doctors' press event. The far-right Breitbart News website published the press event's video.

Recall the antimalarial medication hydroxychloroquine had been previously been removed by the Food and Drug Administration as an emergency treatment for COVID-19. According to the agency, it had not been proven to be an effective treatment for the virus.

Stella's video was viewed millions of times and retweeted by President Donald Trump and Donald Trump Jr., before it was removed from YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, because it broke their rules on misinformation.

Dr. Stella Immanuel Books

• The Proverbs 31 Man: The Man at the Gate
• The Keys to Effective Spiritual Warfare: How to Fight and Not Be a Casualty

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