- A disabled African lady working for her money got the attention of people after her photos were shared online
- The person who posted her pictures was amazed that despite the lady's condition, she is still determined to make ends meet
- Many peeps who reacted to her photos wanted to know how they could be of help and give her some comfort
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A young Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Thelashbrowque1 has gone online to share the story of a disabled trader.
In a post on Saturday, May 7, @Thelashbrowque1 revealed she came by her office to sell sanitary pads despite her bad leg condition.
The young lady is strong
She shared photos of the lady online with the hope that it will reach someone who will be willing to help the trader.
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In the snaps, the disabled lady held up the product she was hawking as one of her legs is in a padded shoe to help her mobility.
See the full post below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 5,000 likes with hundreds of reactions.
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"I pray God uses this tweet for her to ease her pain."
"Then there's some other girl with physically fine bodies telling you no money for lunch, she just can't pay her little bills. SHAME ON YOU."
"Everything still dey wrong in these part of the world, Jesus Christ no go come die for our sins again. People dey really suffer and going thru alot of difficulties."
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"Unmerited favour will speak for her in Jesus name amen. You're blessed."
"Saw this same girl at airport road, she was holding all these networking papers. She just needs something to keep her going."
"Oh she’s a shoemaker. I know her ... sincerely a real hustler."
"May God of mercy send destiny helpers to meet her."
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In more inspiring news, Briefly News previously reported that Jeffrey Masha from Mamelodi, east of Pretoria, is a man determined to not let his disability get the better of him. The 40-year-old cleans the streets in his hometown in his wheelchair.
Masha, who ended up wheelchair-bound after tragically trying to take his own life, may be able to walk again should he undergo clinical neurological physiotherapy treatment.
Source: Briefly News