- A Nigerian lady leaving with sickle cell has shared her life journey as she celebrates her 25th birthday
- Nafisat Beida took to social media to inspire sickle cell patients as she vowed to never give up on life
- The young lady said she is not ashamed, adding that she has fought hard in pain and tears
A Nigerian lady identified as Nafisat Beida has taken to social media to share her sickle cell adventure as she clocks 25 years.
Nafisat said she is not ashamed of what faith has shown her from birth, adding that she has had a good fight.
According to the young lady, she is the only one out of seven children that is living with sickle cell. Nafisat said she is not going to give up on life.
Nafisat shared an adorable photo of herself and expressed gladness for the loving and caring parents she has.
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to celebrate the young lady.
A Facebook user identified as Ositadinmma Kelechi wrote:
"Wow happy birthday to you sweetheart long life and prosperity many more years ahead."
Abdulfatah Adams commented:
"Your are stronger, despite all the challenges, and you are overcoming all. On this special day, may Allah grant you more strength, and your beautiful wishes. HBD!"
Ayinde A Bello reacted:
"You are indeed a warrior, may the Lord continue to strengthen and bless you dear."
Shifao Oyiza Isah commented:
"Happy birthday love. May the good Lord continue to strengthen you."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a 28-year-old sickle cell anaemia survivor Musonda Mwilwa fulfilled her dream of becoming a medical doctor.
Mwilwa said she had always wished to be a medical doctor even after she was diagnosed with sickle cell anaemia when she was nine months old.
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The 28-year-old lady was among the 31 doctors that were inducted by Zambia Medical Association at Lusaka Apex Medical University (LAMU) on Thursday, January 30, 2020.
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