- Abraham Lucky Onoja, a 38-year-old physically challenged man who makes ends meet as a shoemaker said he lost the use of his legs at a tender age
- His father had disowned him due to his physical state
- Abraham is however seeing a steady rise in his business as he gets orders for his shoes not only in Africa but UK as well
38-year-old Abraham Lucky Onoja has said that he has no regrets whatsoever about his physical condition.
The man had gone viral some weeks ago after photos emerged of him making nice shoes despite being without the use of his legs.
In a recent interview with BBC Pidgin, the married man recounted that he became crippled at the tender age of 7 and that his dad had disowned him.
Abraham, so full of life, stated that a reverend father had taken him in after the demise of his mother and eventually he acquired the skill to make shoes in his JSS 3.
The proud father while maintaining that his life is an embodiment of God's grace revealed that he doesn't have a machine for his shoes - they are hand-made.
According to the former paralympian, he now gets orders for his shoes from Ghana, Nigeria and even United Kingdom.
Aside from expanding his business, the hardworking man nurses plans of teaching other physically challenged persons like him how to make shoes as he revealed that he had acquired the skill for free.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about a physically challenged man who runs his own business.
At age five, Mensah developed a disability after he was infected with measles. He was rendered disabled after receiving an injection to help with the symptoms.
Nigerian master's degree holder who now earns a living as a scavenger finally speaks, says he is proud of it
Mensah had a turbulent childhood owing to the disability, which affected his education. He was made to drop out of school at class five (5) as a result.
In later years, his parents sent him to the Accra Rehabilitation Centre where he learnt the skill of shoemaking. Despite coming from an economically disadvantaged home, Mensah defeated the odds including rounds of challenges to start his business.