Joy as physically challenged man and wife dance to offer thanks in church after welcoming a child

Joy as physically challenged man and wife dance to offer thanks in church after welcoming a child

- Ghanaians have reacted to a video of a paraplegic man and his abled wife dancing to offer thanks in church after welcoming a child

- In the adorable video, the man, despite his disability, walks with his hands and knees while dancing to a song alongside his wife to the altar

- The couple danced to offer praise in a church as the woman held their baby in her arms

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A video of a couple heartily dancing to offer thanks and express gratitude to God in a church after welcoming a baby has surfaced on social media.

As it was in the days of the ten lepers who were healed but only one returned to offer praise, the couple went to church to express gratitude for the gift of the womb and dedicate their child.

In the video online, a man with a physical disability was videoed with his abled wife dancing with much excitement as they walked side by side to the altar.

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Joy as physically challenged man and wife dance to offer thanks in church after welcoming a child
Joy as physically challenged man and wife dance to offer thanks in church after welcoming a child. Image: crabbimedia
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Despite being physically challenged, the man could be seen taking bold steps alongside his physically abled wife who held their baby in her arms as they danced to give thanks to God for blessing them with a child.

The video shows the grateful couple celebrating with the congregation as some members sprayed wads of cash on them.

Some Ghanaians have headed to the comment section of the video after a social media influencer shared the clip.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported Ghanaian entrepreneur and designer, Joseph Mensah, is the founder of Joemens, a shoemaking company that produces quality leather dress shoes and footwear.

At age five, Joseph Mensah developed a disability after he was infected with measles and was rendered disabled after receiving an injection to help with the symptoms.

Mensah had a turbulent childhood owing to the disability, which affected his education. He was made to drop out of school at class five (5) as a result.

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In other news, at 21, Joyce Annoh Yeboah is thriving in a male-dominated profession as a female sports commentator despite the challenges women in the field face.

Though she has found a way to cope with the difficulty, she combines her work as a sports commentator with her education at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), where she's pursuing a programme to advance her career.

While growing up, Yeboah had nurtured her childhood passion of becoming a footballer but had to abandon the dream after she fell sick at the time.

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