- Photos of two female students of Bethesda Home/School for the blind who recently graduated from the University of Ibadan has surfaced online
- The photos were shared by the school which expressed gratitude to God and everyone that made it happen
- Nigerians flooded the comment section of the post to congratulate the young ladies
Two visually-impaired students from Bethesda Home/School for the blind have graduated from the University of Ibadan.
The disclosure was made on Twitter by Bethesda via its official Twitter page @Bethesda_school on Thursday, February 4.
Bethesda expressed its gratitude to God and everyone that it made possible for the students.
The school tweeted:
"By the grace of God, two of our students have signed out of the university of Ibadan today. They wrote their final exam today and we are very grateful to God for everything. We are grateful to you all for your support through out the years. Thank you very much #thursdayvibes."
Tweep with the handle @astonishin_coco commented:
"Congratulations to them. I have a sister like them and I know for sure this is not an easy feat. Thank you for the good work you do."
"Am really touched seeing this post, may God grant their heart desires in Jesus' Name."
"Congratulations to them. They have what it takes which is their strong desires and we can all learn from this. May God give them the strength to be exceptional in any field they find themselves.
"Congratulations to them... I pray for God's amazing miracles concerning their lives in Jesus Name."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, the students of Bethesda Home for the Blind called on Nigerians to make donations to them after their food items and property were destroyed by flood.
The call for help was posted on Twitter by the official Twitter page of the school, which said there was nothing too small to be given as help.
The tweet read:
"The students of Bethesda home for the Blind are begging for your donations. The rain that fell caused a big flood. It entered our school and spoilt our food items and properties but in everything, we thank God, because when there is life, there is hope. Nothing is too small. Thanks."