Man who was a sick child becomes a doctor 18 years after healing (photos)

Man who was a sick child becomes a doctor 18 years after healing (photos)

- A Nigerian man has become a doctor 18 years after he was adopted by an American family

- The man identified as Paul Anejodo was sick as a child and was later rescued by the American family

- Anejodo suffered from an ulcerated leg as a child and was cured after his adopted family paid for his treatment

A Nigerian man identified as Paul Anejodo has been celebrated by his family after he became a medical doctor. The young man, who was sick as a child, has now become a doctor who takes care of the sick.

Legit.ng came across his story after his sister, Melissa Giebel, celebrated him on social media. Giebel took to her Facebook page to celebrate her brother's achievement by narrating the story of his struggles.

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Giebel revealed that Anejodo is her adopted brother. She explained that her family met him at a small village in Nigeria when he was a 12-year-old sick child.

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Man who was a sick child becomes a doctor 18 years after healing Source: Paul Anejodo/ Melissa Giebel
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She narrated that Anejodo suffered from an ulcerated leg when he met her family. She described how he was seen seating under a tree swatting away flies from a raw and open tissue on his leg.

After he was adopted bu Giebel's family, Anejodo was taken to the hospital where he was treated. The sister revealed that a year later as a 13-year-old her adopted brother began to school.

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The young lady celebrated her brother, saying that he had finally gotten the news that he passed his final medical school exams.

The lady thanked God for the miracles, her brother's persistence and the help they received from people.

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