Lady who lost her leg in road accident celebrates after bagging first class in Law
- A lady with the Twitter handle @anxta_ has overcome her challenges to become a corporate lawyer after the road accident she had
- The accident claimed one of her legs and almost marred the life of the beautiful young woman
- @anxta_ thanked friends and family that have been a big source of support for her
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A Nigerian lady, Chioma, with the Twitter handle @anxta_ has celebrated how she overcame a big challenge that wanted to pull her down five years ago.
Chioma said she lost one of her legs to a road accident. The lady added that despite the horrible incident, she graduated with first-class from law school and began a professional career as a corporate lawyer.
The lady said though the experience has not been easy, she has put a lot of effort into creating a beautiful version of herself.
In a series of posts the lady made on Tuesday, October 27, she shared different photos that showed that she overcame all the obstacles.
She recalled the day she had to go back to school in her crutches and how painful that experience was.
See her tweet below:
Below are some of the reactions Chioma's post got:
"This might sound cliche but you are truly an inspiration. I remember when I first read your story. You are amazing and I am so inspired by your existence."
"I just read your story and I'm encouraged by your inner strength and faith amidst all that life brought. Even though I don't know you personally, I'm proud of your attitude towards life and your current accomplishments. Keep soaring dear."
"This is such an inspiring thread to read.. You ooze positivity, and I admire you. I pray you go on to achieve all & everything you ever dreamth of and more. Wish you all the best."
"Anita. I love you so much and I’m sooooo proud of the person you are today. I still remember that day and I can’t believe it’s been five years. Keep being the bad girl that you are. Once again, I love you die!"
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Syrian lady, Maya Ghazal, showed that no matter the challenges of the past, against all odds, anybody can still achieve their dreams.
Maya had to run away from her country, Syria, when she was just a teenager of 15 years old. Luckily for her, the United Kingdom received her with open arms.
While in the country, the teenager swotted hard and became a good English user and speaker before she made it into an engineering program.
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