- A Nigerian lady has gifted herself a new whip in celebration of her birthday
- Striking a pose with the new ride, the disabled lady said she got herself the gift to aid in her movement as well as for her happiness
- She added that being disabled is not enough reason for one to live a life of seclusion
Birthday celebrations came too early for a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @amarachievarist as her first gift already rolled in, and the best part is she got it for herself.
The lady who is disabled and in a wheelchair on Monday, March 29, elatedly announced that she got herself a new car.
@amarachievarist while sharing photos of the paperwork for the purchase revealed that it was the first time she will be getting herself something for her birthday.
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The lady who will be a year older on Friday, April 9, stated in a subsequent tweet that being disabled does not mean one should deprive self of enjoying life or happiness.
@amarachievarist said she bought the car not because she was financially well-to-do, but to support her movement.
"I bought this car not because I get money pass or I get tree money, but because it my freedom, my happiness, something I will be able to use and go out, see other people feel natural breeze,
"Any disabled person shouldn’t stay inside alone, it kills faster."
The tweet gained huge traction as many Nigerians joined in her celebration, others sent her birthday felicitations ahead of her birthday.
"Congratulations n happy birthday in advance."
"Happy birthday in arrears...I’ll surely message u tht day.U r awesome darling."
"Happy Birthday Sweetie, Age with Abundance Grace Dear."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a disabled woman had got a new car to achieve her dream of helping others.
Hoping to be mobile in order to attend lectures and find employment as a social worker, Tinyiko started a successful crowdfunding campaign to buy herself a car, Legit.ng found.
Tinyiko’s most significant donation came from a young lady, Gugu Molefe, who donated R8000 (N198,803) to Tinyiko's cause. Gugu and Tinyiko met at a support group for people with disabilities and soon became positive influences in each other’s lives.