- A woman with a disability has been celebrated on social media over her recent academic feat
- Ejim Judith announced her becoming a medical doctor on social media with adorable photos in a medical outfit
- The lady on a wheelchair while encouraging people not to be discouraged by their disability said God sees beyond the wheels
A female student has celebrated finishing her undergraduate programme and shared her excitement on social media. Ejim Judith, who uses a wheelchair, finally finished medical school and is now a doctor.
Sharing a beautiful photoshoot in a medical outfit on her Facebook page, the lady stated that she overcame and appreciated God for making it possible.
"God sees the will, not the wheels"
Judith also attributed her success to her courage and determination. She added that God sees the will and not the wheel.
"God did it, he sees the WILL not the WHEEL. The human spirit is one of ability, perseverance and courage that no disability can steal away. Therefore, don't let your spirit be disabled.
"Thank you Lord for the battles You brought me over. Congratulations to the newest doctor in a wheelchair. Dr Ejim Chinazom Judith.MBBS.Nig. I overcame."
Social media users flooded her comment section with well wishes and thoughts.
Abonyi Ekene wrote:
"Judith! Judith!! Oh,God! A billion times congratulations to you NNE. You are a winner. Cheers to everything good NNE."
Grace Ali said:
"Indeed you have conquer your disability and I'm so happy for you. More wins in life in Jesus name."
Emperor-Chibunna Okebaram commented:
"The very first day I saw you, I saw courage, I saw doggedness and undiluted determination. I'm not surprised you made it. you are a true definition of STRONG WOMAN with solid willpower. I Celebrate you big-time. Congrats Dear, on this great feat."
Judith Chioma remarked:
"Wow! Congratulations my namesake. Indeed God sees the will not the wheel, I love this expression."
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Student with cerebral palsy finishes school with 14 distinctions
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a student with cerebral palsy had graduated with 14 distinctions.
Ross, who is wheelchair-bound, can't write or see very well. Yet, these challenges didn’t stop him from obtaining 14 distinctions out of the 19 subjects required to complete his qualification.
Because of all his hard work, the incredible young man is finally a Public Relations Management graduate.
Despite his physical challenges (cerebral palsy), the young man says a positive attitude helped him get through life's many challenges.
“People often underestimate the abilities of those who are differently-abled, thankfully I am very confident, so I always try my best to exceed expectations.“
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