- Nigerians have called for donation for Kaosara, a young girl that was rejected by her father because of her blue eyes
- Kaosara and her elder sister both have blues eyes and their father is angry about it
- The man rejected Kaosara, complaining that she and her sister both have blue eyes
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Nigerians have called for donation for a girl identified as Kaosara after she was rejected by her father because of her blue eyes.
The young girl was born with blue eyes and this irked her father who felt the right thing was to reject the beautiful girl.
Recall that a Nigerian lady took to social media to draw the attention of people to the strange thing she witnessed after travelling for the holidays.
In an interview with Kaosara's mother Risikat said her husband complained that Kaosra and her sister both have blue eyes, after which she sent her packing.
Speaking with Africans in the Diaspora TV, Risikat said Kausara's brother passed away due to lack of care.
People have been urged to make donations for Kaosara at this trying times and every donation will be received by her mother.
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