- 2 beautiful Ghanaian kids living with Waardenburg Syndrome have been seen glowing on one's birthday
- The young girls named Chogtaa and Miracle live with coloured eyes and inability to hear in both ears as a result of the syndrome
- The Afi Antonio Foundation who discovered both girls seeks support from benevolent people and organizations
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Two amazing Ghanaian children, Chogtaa and Miracle, who both have the Waardenburg Syndrome have been captured in stunning photos on Miracle's birthday.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Afi Antonio's personal Facebook handle, it is confirmed that the syndrome comes with coloured eyes and inability to hear in both ears.
Although the duo have a condition that needs expensive surgery to get it corrected, this did not stop them from glowing in the birthday photoshoot.
See photos below:
Little Chogtaa's mother Florence, through the Afi Antonio Foundation, managed to get help for her daughter in South Africa where doctors tried to get the little girl to hear and talk again.
Afi Antonio indicates that Chogtaa was able to get the surgery done on one of her ears and still needs the assistance of benevolent individuals or organizations to help her.
As Chogtaa's helpers were being sought, Miracle was also discovered by the Afi Antonio Foundation with the hope to get her condition corrected as well.
In a separate report, renowned Ghanaian bishop Dag Heward Mills has blessed a young couple, more than 27 years after officiating the wedding of the bride's parents.
In a post that was made by the bride's father on his Twitter handle, @BrotherMighty, the happy man proved with photos that his own wedding was in May 1993, which is more than 27 years ago.
The bishop of the United Denomination Originating from the Lighthouse Group Of Churches was seen in the 1993 photo looking young and in the latest wedding photo looking older.
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Source: Yen News