Nigerian lady who has been on wheelchair for 14 years set to walk again as philanthropist offers help

Nigerian lady who has been on wheelchair for 14 years set to walk again as philanthropist offers help

- A Nigerian lady identified Chizzy Perpetua may get back the use of her legs all things being equal

- Perpetua lost the use of her legs to accidental gunshots that hit her in the spine

- An Imo-based philanthropist took interest in her situation and decided to give her financial assistance

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After more than 14 years, a young lady is set to do her legs bidding without needing to be aided anymore.

This is as an Imo-based philanthropist that goes by the name Dr Chin Akano decided to come to her aid by rendering financial assistance, in the sum of N100K and rallying others to support the cause.

Pretty Nigerian lady who has been on wheelchair for 14 years set to walk again as philanthropist offers help
Young lady's hope of walking again rekindled as Imo philanthropist comes to the rescue Photo Credit: Nze Timothy Foundation
Source: Facebook

The lady identified as Chizzy Perpetua was allegedly a victim of accidental gunshots some years ago that affected her spine badly and made her lose the use of legs.

Akano, in a post he shared on Facebook, revealed what exactly transpired that informed his decision.

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He said Perpetua had paid him a visit one certain time and remarked that the next time she would be visiting his abode she will do so on high heels, on her own feet.

The man who hails from Nkwerre went on to share screenshots of the money he sent her to make her dreams of walking come true.

Akano, who runs the Nze Timothy Akano Foundation named after his late father, expressed optimism that Perpetua will walk again.

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian man revealed how being a kind soul helped him in a difficult situation.

@jerry-emy who is a librarian took to Twitter to reveal that someone he once helped is the one housing him currently.

The librarian also took the opportunity to advise people to be kind to people as the world is a really small place.

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"Sometime ago I housed someone because his rent expired. Today the same person is housing me because I got a new job in his city and I am still house hunting. The world is a small place, be kind to people."

"Victor Duru is a journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. When he is not surfing the net, Victor watches football for the fun of it. Learn more about him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2"


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