Profile of Dr. Stella Immanuel (Gwandiku-Ambe): Age, Qualifications, Religious beliefs, Family Life, Children, Trumpist, Mental State, Church, Mentor, Unscientific views on diseases, Demon sperm controversies, antivaxxer, antivaccines stance, Reptilians, anti-LGBT views and more.


Dr Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel

Other names:

Stella Gwandiku-Tita,
Stella Gwandiku Fondong


She was born in 1965 in Cameroon… She is 55 years.

Family Life

Nothing much is known about her marital life or her husband. She however, has a daughter. Dr Immanuel is based in Houston Texas.


Dr Stella Immanuel is not a Nigerian. She is a Cameroonian. Cameroon however shares Calabar border with Nigeria.

Biography of Dr Stella Immanuel
Who is Dr Stella Immanuel?

Education and Qualifications

She attended University of Calabar (shares border with Cameroon) in Nigeria and graduated in 1990 with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). She did Residency in Pediatrics at Bronx-Lebanon in New York. She was Intern under Dr. Babatunde Dosu, one of our Pediatricians here in Dallas. Dr Stella had Medical Licenses in Louisiana, Texas (November 2019) and Kentucky.

She is a Paediatrician, not a specialist in Adult Medicine

It remains unclear to me how she crossed from Pediatrics to Adult Medicine /Emergency to treating a 96-year-old patient.

Her Mentor

Dr Stella’s mentor Pastor Dr Daniel Kolawole Olukoya (“DKO”). A Nigerian pastor and founder of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM), Pentecostal denomination founded in Yaba, Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria in 1989. Dr Odukoya shares almost same ideology and hardline stance against Science, Vaccines and LGBT according to Wikipedia. MFM members have been dubbed to be “spiritually violent”


She is the owner and General Overseer of Fire Power Deliverance Ministry. A church known and criticized before now for their wierd teachings. She and her church members are strongly against contraception. They are also anti-abortion, anti-vaccines and anti-science.

Believed to be an extreme far right Trump Propangadist and Supporter

Dr Stella Immanuel is an extreme far right Trump supporter and propagandist. She believes President Trump was specially “Chosen by God” to help America fight the “social malady” of gayism. She and her church once dubbed the LGBT community “terrorists”.

Dr Stella Immanuel and Trump
Dr Stella Immanuel begs to meet with President Trump

She is very popular among Trump supporters and there is a ‘Gofundme’ page for legal troubles in her name, maybe to cash in. Also, reliable sources have confirmed that her campaign against facemasks, vaccines, and COVID-19 testing is politically motivated. Many investigative journalists have alleged that she is sponsored by Steve Bannon’s BREITBART.

Remember none of them were wearing masks. Also, this campaign tends to look for ‘easy manipulated doctors’ like Trump’s 2016 strange physician.

Even with her unscientific and fanatical claims, Trump thinks the Dr Stella is “spectacular” and an “important voice”.

CNN digs deep on Dr Immanuel:

Litigation and Medical Malpractice

Dr Grace Stella Immanuel was sued in January for medical malpractice in which a woman died after being in her care, according to Louisiana court records. The woman was reported to have died after taking a drug prescribed for her by Dr Stella.

She owns a private hospital in the US

Dr stella is the owner of Rehoboth Medical Center, a small facility in a strip mall along Highway 6 near Mission Bend, Houston.

A leading antivaxxer and antimasker

In her now viral video (where is promoted Hydroxychloroquine, zinc and zithromax as cure for coronavirus) which was removed by YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Google and Twitter, Dr Stella was heard saying American people do not need to wear mask, socially distance or get vaccinated against COVID19.

Before now, she has been seen on many videos chanting all forms of anti-vaccines rhetorics, she once bluntly told her church members to fight against any forms vaccines or vaccination. Quite unexpected from a doctor, she believes vaccines are made from ALIEN DNA and will make people less religious.

Stella Grace Immanuel Gwandiku-Ambe
Dr Stella Grace Immanuel is an antivaxxer

Dr Stella believes diseases and infertility in women and men are caused by Demon Sperm, Spirit husbands, spirit wives..

According the Daily Beast: “Immanuel claims that medical issues like endometriosis, cysts, infertility, and impotence are caused by sex with “spirit husbands” and “spirit wives”—a phenomenon she describes essentially as witches and demons having sex with people in a dreamworld.

They are responsible for serious gynecological problems,” Immanuel said. “We call them all kinds of names—endometriosis, we call them molar pregnancies, we call them fibroids, we call them cysts, but most of them are evil deposits from the spirit husband,” Immanuel said of the medical issues in a 2013 sermon. “They are responsible for miscarriages, impotence—men that can’t get it up.”

On Immanuel’s website, the subject of “astral sex” is described, which she says is “the ability to project one’s spirit man into the victim’s body and have intercourses with it,” a practice she says is very common amongst Satanists.

She is totally against Black Lives Matter (BLM) Movement

In a viral video Dr Stella was seen calling a white black lives matter protester a demon. She went ahead to perform a form of “public exorcism” on the man…. mocked the man and other black live matter protesters.

Watch the video of Dr Stella Immanuel verbally attacking a white Black Life Matters activist.

Summary of the weird beliefs of Dr Stella Immanuel

1. Alien DNA is used in medical treatment
2. Gynaecological issues are caused by sexually with witches and demons in the dreams
3. Scientists are creating vaccines to prevent people from being religious
4. Part if the government is run by reptilians
5. Illuminati is planning to destroy the world via abortion and same-sex marriage.
6. People should resist vaccines.

Dr Immanuel Gwandiku-Ambe Stella
Dr Stella believes in “Incubus and Succubus”

Abraham Ariyo (Dallas, Texas)
Daily Beast


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