- A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to draw the attention of people to the strange thing she witnessed after travelling for the holidays
- The lady said that she saw two young girls who had strange but beautiful eyes
- The lady added that the kids’ father reportedly abandoned them due to their eye colour
Africans have unique features that make one easily identify them apart from the colour of their skin. Some of those features include hair texture, the shape of nose and colour of eyes, to name a few.
Two young Nigerian girls have got social media users buzzing and marvelling at their beauty due to their unique eye colour.
Americans and other foreigners are known to have different eye colours apart from black or brown and it is strange to see an African possess any of these features.
A young Nigerian lady identified on Facebook as Alabi Rukayat Oyindamola took to the social networking site to recount how she met the young girls who had unique eyes.
According to her, she travelled to her hometown in Ilorin for the Eid celebration when she sighted the siblings. Rukayat said that their names are Kaosara and Hassanat. Hassanat happens to be a twin but her sister passed away due to lack of proper care.
Rukayat further explained that the father of the girls rejected them because of their special qualities (their eyes).
The young lady wrote:
“I travelled to Ilorin this Eid period and I saw this small girl she lives around my house (Ilorin). Her name is Kaosara, she is 8 years of age, she is an indegene, she also has a junior sister Hassanat (Kehinde), her Taiwo is late due to lack of proper care and and rejection from the father because she has special qualities (her blue eyes). Her mother's name is Risiqot.”
Meanwhile, Mariam Wanzala, a mother of two from Kenya, has been left inconsolable after her husband left her to raise her children alone.
The 39-year-old nurse was once lively and active before a deadly tumour robbed her of her sight and reduced her to moving around using a cane.
Briefly.co.za learned that he lady used to be a nurse in Eldoret before discovering she had a life-threatening brain tumour that needed to be removed urgently, Citizen TV reported.
Mariam went through her first operation in 2014 with hopes she would recuperate and go back to living her life but everything went south shortly after the procedure.
“I was born normal and was not blind when growing up. I had a scan which showed I had a brain tumour.
I was then told I needed to undergo an operation,” the mother of two said. After developing complications, Mariam learnt she had free fluid in her head and needed to be operated on again.
By that time, she had lost her sight and was fighting for her life. Despite all this, the dedicated mom did not lose hope.
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