- A stunning woman has opened up about how precious life is
- She revealed she was diagnosed with Polio Juvenile Arthritis when she was just six years old
- Doctors told her mother she won't make it to 12 years old but she proved them wrong
A young woman, Nhlanhla Vinoliah Ntuli, is a walking miracle. Taking to the #ImStaying Facebook page on Wednesday, she revealed that doctors did not think she would survive this long.
According to Ntuli, she was diagnosed with Polio Juvenile Arthritis at the age of six and medical professionals told her mother she would likely not live past the age of 12.
However, not only did Ntuli surpass the age, she is thriving in life despite her condition.
Her post read:
"My very first time posting here. I am Nhlanhla my story is that I was born a healthy baby but at age six I was diagnosed with Polio Juvenile Arthritis, which impacted the way I walk and my hands are deformed and doctors told my mom I wouldn’t make it to age 12. But did God prove them wrong! I’m staying because of the love and care people show me I love my country South Africa."
Take a look at the post below:
Briefly.co.za gathered in less than an hour, Ntuli's post gathered over 4 000 reactions and South Africans were inspired by her story.
Thembisile Matukana commented:
"You are a beautiful girl carry on taking good care of yourself."
Ciska En Johleen wrote:
"God had a bigger plan for you. Always stay as humble and may you be blessed every day."
Lesley Ann Titus said:
"God is good all the time. God Bless you."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!