Nigerian lady celebrates her birthday several months after surviving gas explosion

Nigerian lady celebrates her birthday several months after surviving gas explosion

- A Nigerian lady, Olateju Orekoya, a gas explosion survivor, marked her birthday in great style

- Olateju also shared pictures that showed that she recovered well from the horrible incident

- In a post on her Instagram page, the survivor appreciates God for everything He has done for her

A Nigerian lady with the name Olateju Orekoya has celebrated her birthday many months after she survived a gas explosion with several burns.

The celebrant shared some of her recovery photos and a video that show the time she was hospitalized over the burns.

She appreciates God for making her see another year, saying that the Lord showed her great mercy than she can understand.

Watch her Instagram video below:

Olateju said that despite her near-death experience, she is still standing, adding that God has also renewed her beauty.

Below are some of her recovery photos:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that while the stories of Covid-19 infection cases abound and we think that is all there is to the pandemic, there are also narratives of heroes who are putting themselves at great risk to ensure the outbreak does not get worse.

In Nigeria, Dr Amara Allison is one of such people. She was the medical officer who diagnosed Nigeria’s first case of Covid-19. After that experience, she had to go through a compulsory 14-day quarantine with 35 other people who had been in contact with the patient.

In an interview, she said the quarantine experience was quite unreal, saying she could not imagine being in that situation.

She said by the third day, she was drowned with emotions and became visibly afraid of the situation she was in.

Thankfully, her family gave all the emotional support she needed during the period, an act she said she is grateful for.

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Allison said that the psychological trauma was the greatest thing she dealt with as she lived with mixed thoughts for the quarantine period.

As days went by, she developed a creative way to deal with boredom and anxiety through books and movies. She said that the quarantine space was comfortable and advised that having means of entertainment really do make the period bearable.

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