Woman narrates how church member snubbed her because she has one arm

Woman narrates how church member snubbed her because she has one arm

- An African woman with one arm recently shared a heartbreaking story of how she was badly treated in a church

- According to her, a female church member refused to hold her one arm during a prayer session

- Not only that, this congregant told the amputee that she was not complete

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An African woman with only one arm recently narrated an unpleasant experience she had in a church she attended. The woman, whose name is @olivia_malachy on Instagram, said that a female church member had refused to hold her hand during a prayer session.

According to @olivia_malachy, while prayer was being conducted in the church, the pastor instructed congregants to pick a partner and hold his or her hands. Without making a fuss, one church member held @olivia_malachy's hand.

After the first round of prayer, the pastor asked the church members to change partners. In obedience to this, @olivia_malachy approached a female congregant. This church member held her only hand and then asked for the second one.

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When @olivia_malachy said she did not have one, the female church member told her that she was not complete and went on to look for another partner. This incident made the amputee conclude that no one can love anyone better than God.

See the post shared by @olivia_malachy below:

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za recently shared the touching story of a female amputee named Adenike. This lady who lost both legs to a disease is a student of Ibadan polytechnic. Despite her physical challenge, Adenike chose to go to school and lead a successful life.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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