- A young Nigerian man, Olaniyi Kolawole, has taken to social media to share his testimony
- Niyi recounted how social media was awash with his photos three years ago when he was down with lymphatic cancer
- The young man who appears to have fully recovered has now passed his bar exams
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Many times, life is not a bed of roses. It comes with many hurdles that leaves one feeling dejected and without hope. However, life is also known for constantly changing and the things that used to bring one down can be part of one’s success story.
A young man, Kolawole Olaniyi, recently took to social media via his Twitter page to share his testimony. Three years ago, Niyi was down with lymphatic cancer and his case was shared on social media to solicit for funds.
On Twitter, Niyi shared photos of when he was bedridden and looked very ill. However, things have now greatly changed for him as he appeared to have won against the sickness.
Niyi thanked God for his good health as well as Nigerians for helping him. He revealed that he recently passed his bar exams.
He wrote: “I'm currently emotional right now. 3 years ago, the cyberspace was awash with the #saveniyi. Yes, that was me down with Lymphatic Cancer. Fast forward to today, the bobo passed his #barfinals. All glory to God the giver of life, and you guys.”
See his tweet below:
In another post, Niyi specially thanked one of his friends, Israel, who bought all his Law textbooks. He also shared photos of his more healthy looking self.
He wrote: “For your support all the way. May God bless you guys massively. Special regards to my buddy @israeloflife.
Dude bought all my law school textbooks for me.Smiling face with smiling eyes Meanwhile you can address me as O. E Kolawole Esq.Smiling face with smiling eyes It's all God's grace.”
See the tweet below:
Congratulations to Niyi.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that film magnate, Jason Njoku, recently spoke on his mother's health after she survived the deadly coronavirus.
Jason shared a link on Twitter about what recovery could look like for many survivors and he mentioned how his mother was still very far from back to normal despite leaving the hospital 15 weeks ago.
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