Man Without Arms Says He Cannot Beg on the Streets, Works Hard to Make a Living By Selling Chicken

Man Without Arms Says He Cannot Beg on the Streets, Works Hard to Make a Living By Selling Chicken

  • A Ugandan man who disclosed he cannot hit the streets to beg started a chicken business at a local market
  • Before venturing into the chicken business, the industrious man identified as Nuwagaba Ronald was a Karaoke singer
  • His story inspired many Ugandans and netizens who lauded him for being such a hardworking fellow despite all the challenges facing him

Disability is not inability and this has been brought to life countless times by several people living with disabilities.

Ronald started as a Karaoke singer then ventured into selling chicken.
Ronald said he wants to work hard and not beg on the streets. Photo credit: NTV Mwasuze Mutya.
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No to begging

The latest person to drive the point home is none other than a Ugandan man who was born without both arms.

According to NTV Mwasuze Mutya, the man identified as Nuwagaba Ronald did not let his situation dim his bright future.

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Ronald, during a recent interview with the station, disclosed that he may be disabled but will never hit the streets to beg.

Instead, he decided to use whatever God gave him to serve his people and earn a living while at it. gathers that Ronald is now a businessman who sells chicken at the Kyengera Market in Uganda.

Before his chicken business, Ronald tried a number of things just to put food on the table, including being a karaoke singer.

Crippled Nigerian man makes beautiful shoes to earn a living previously reported that Instead of resorting to seeking alms on the streets, a crippled man confronted his physical challenge with strong resolution.

The Nigerian man identified as Abraham Lucky Onoja, in a post shared on LinkedIn by Perci Mensah, showed remarkable creative talents despite not being with the use of his legs.

According to Mensah, Abraham makes the shoes and earns a living he uses in catering for his family from it.

Meet Nigerian man who rides keke to deliver gas despite his leg condition

In other news, a physically challenged man, Patrick Onokanwoja, has said that his mother who gave birth to him said she could not take care of him because of his disability.

The woman divorced his father and abandoned Patrick. As a way to fend for himself now that he is a man, he uses keke to deliver gas.

Speaking about his challenge as a gas delivery man with BBC News Pidgin, he revealed that he was almost going to have an accident with a trailer.


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