- A South African mom shared a picture of herself with the caption revealing that she is fighting cancer
- Adelia Dineo is a mom of two who shared a heartfelt caption 'asking' the disease to remember that she has two children who need her in their lives
- Saffas sympathised with her as they shared prayers and other messages of strength under her post
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@AdeliaDineo is a mother of two who is battling cancer. She shared a snap on social media where she seems to be laying down in a hospital bed with a mask on. Adelia's post tugged on the heartstrings of many.
South Africans sympathised with the young mother who is battling the deadly disease. Locals have been sharing messages of prayer, love and strength with her and her family. The caption she shared to accompany the post was a message to the disease she's battling:
"Dear cancer, please remember that I got two kids who need me in their lives."
Take a look at her post below:
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Read some of the comments the post received below:
"I pray you well."
"Sending you love my sister. I lost a family member due to that thing. Fight it with everything you have."
@ogbelejechikej1 responded with:
"Three years ago, my 71-year-old father survived cancer of the bone marrow (Multiple myeloma) even without any surgeries, so you can beat this hands-down. He is alive and strong today. Be strong, you will overcome it and your children will have you back in great health."
"My heart is broken as if I personally know you Sisi. I declare healing upon you love."
"I'll keep you and your children in my prayers sisi. Please keep fighting, you will overcome this. God will never forsake you. Love and light."
"Eish my prayers are with you man, keep fighting. So sorry about what you going through."
Influencer scheduled for lung transplant admitted to ICU, asks SA for prayers: "Keep your head up"
Previously, Briefly News reported that South African social media users are again rallying behind popular influencer Nompilo Dlamini, who flew to India for a life-saving lung transplant.
The nifty tweep, who regularly provides her close to 41 000-strong Twitter followers with updates on her health using her @NkhosiLa account, recently headed online to report on a minor setback. The tweet read:
"Please keep me in your prayers this morning, I just had a terrible attack, and now I’m in ICU and feeling so messed up."
Source: Briefly News