Lady with disability pays tribute to wheelchair for helping her move

Lady with disability pays tribute to wheelchair for helping her move

- Nobathembu is confined to a wheelchair after being hit by a car

- In a tweet, she appreciated how her wheelchair helps her move around

- She said there are many other people with disabilities who don't have wheelchairs

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A brave young lady living with a disability may be stuck in a wheelchair but is focusing on the bright side of it all.

Writing on Twitter, Nobathembu paid tribute to her wheelchair because without it, she'd be "stuck in one place not seeing new faces and places."

She added that there are many people with disabilities who do not have wheelchairs to make their lives easier.

In a recent video, Nobathembu explained that a car hit her one day while she was going to church, causing her disability.

The staunch Christian also thanked God for being there for her and for enabling her to be a better person despite all her challenges.

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Nobathembu's tweet inspired many of her followers, who in turn praised her for having a positive attitude to life.

Some even suggested that she could highlight a story on Twitter of someone in her community who might need a wheelchair.

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Briefly.co.za compiles more reactions below.

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