Lady shares powerful testimony after surviving life-threatening accident

Lady shares powerful testimony after surviving life-threatening accident

- A Nigerian lady identified as Blessing Dike has taken to her social media page to share her testimony

- Blessing said that she was the only survivor of a bus accident that claimed multiple other lives

- The young lady said her right leg was badly damaged and almost amputated but she can walk now

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Surviving a life-threatening situation is not taken for granted and for many people, it calls for a celebration. For a Nigerian young lady simply identified as Blessing Dike, such a situation calls for announcing the goodness of God in her life to whomever cares to listen.

Hence, she took to her page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to tell her followers how she survived a life-threatening situation.

Sharing her story on Twitter, Blessing said that she had an accident in 2016. According to her, the accident claimed other lives, leaving her as the only survivor.

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The young woman went on to state that the accident left her right leg damaged and it was almost amputated by doctors. Sadly, she was even told at the hospital that she may never be able to walk normally again.

Blessing feared that she may not even be able to put on shoes or sandals. But four years later, she revealed that she can walk normally again. Against the diagnosis of doctors, the excited lady said she can even wear high-heeled shoes.

Sheshared photos as pieces of evidence of her testimony.

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Sbahle Mpisane is another survivor who has come a long way and she's not giving up any time soon.

The beauty posted a throwback of herself working out before her 2018 car accident and let her followers know she can't wait to get back to that fitness and mobility level.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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