One-armed Man Shows Great Strength, Pushes 10 Jerricans with a Wheelbarrow

One-armed Man Shows Great Strength, Pushes 10 Jerricans with a Wheelbarrow

- A one-armed man has become an inspirational figure by reason of what he was captured engaging in

- In photos that emerged on social media, he was seen moving about 10 jerricans on a wheelbarrow

- The poster marvelled at how he was able to drive the cans without a second arm

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A man with one arm has braved the odds to engage in an activity that is usually performed with two arms.

The yet-to-be-identified man, in a LinkedIn post by Amama Benn Benedict, pushed about 10 jerricans with a wheelbarrow like he had two arms.

One-Armed Man Shows Great Strength, Pushes 10 Jerricans with a Wheelbarrow
Man with one arm wheels 10 jerricans unaided Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Amama Benn Benedict
Source: UGC

Amama expressed surprise at how he was able to direct the movement of the wheel with his legs and one arm.

This to him was so inspirational as he questioned his followers saying: "What's your excuse?''

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Amama wrote:

"So today I saw a guy with One Hand Doing "Mai Ruwa" around Bingham Hospital ( Jan Kwanu).
"What's your Excuse ?
"There were about 10 Jericans.
"I was perplexed at how he was using one hand to push the wheel and two legs to control the direction of the truck.
"Sadly..., i couldn't take a Photo cos Our SUV moving and i saw him late."

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a 33-year-old man with no arms has inspired many on social media as photos of his huge farm surfaced.

@KasiEconomy sharing photos of him wrote on Twitter:

"Meet Sibusiso Mogale (33) a farmer from MP (Mpumalanga), born without hands. He was raised by an unemployed single mother. His father was in jail. He had to move to another province because schools in MP were rejecting him due to his disability and through his hard work, he's inspired many in his area.”

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It should be mentioned that he was raised by an unemployed mother when his father was jailed and they had to relocate to another province to find a means of living.

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