Physically challenged corp member recounts how colleague helped her in camp

Physically challenged corp member recounts how colleague helped her in camp

It is true that not all angels have wings. The touching story of Ogechi and friend Chima Dike will restore anyone's hope in humanity. It is often advised that one trusts the universe as things always work out for the best in the end.

The internet has found the true meaning of selflessness in the story of Chima Dike, a physically challenged corp member who was recently posted to Taraba for her youth service. With nothing but her bags and her wheel chair, Dike had nothing but hope that she will find the motherly figure who will assist her throughout her duration in camp.

In an appreciation post shared on Instagram, Chika introduced Ogechi to the world who she described as her angel on earth. The two met in the bus while on their way to Taraba and Ogechi introduced herself to the physically challenged Chika as a former course mate.

On getting to the gate of the camp, with no one to turn to, Ogechi presented herself as a helper and a friend. Every youth corp member understands the stress that comes with service in camp, from the registration to settling down, especially in a strange city, even the most fit person will struggle for the first few days.

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However, in the form of a guardian angel, Ogechi assumed the duty of caring for Chika Dike and her kind heart has the young lady praising her and appreciating all her efforts which she offered just from the good of heart with no expectations.

Such an angel on earth!

Recall the heart-gripping story of young Nigerian, Oluwatimilehin Oyedele, a polio victim, who recently completed the mandatory NYSC program. The young man who is a proud graduate of computer science from Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun state, revealed that he was diagnosed with poliomyelitis at age three, which has hindered the proper development of his limbs, and affected his walking.

Having successfully completed the program, the young man expressed sadness that he will not given the monthly stipend known as 'alawee' anymore. He resolved he had to find a job soon in order to cater for himself and his family.

There's ability in disability.

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