Ghanaian limbless gospel singer, Betty Onyameba has not allowed her physical disability to impede her voice and ability to perform spirit-filled songs to win souls for Christ.
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Despite being physically impaired, she is an inspiration to many, contributing to the church through powerful ministrations.
Onyameba was not born disabled but had to learn to live with the disability after she was involved in a ghastly accident that claimed the lower part of her body.
Though her life has not been easy because the accident left her wheelchair-bound, she has since beaten difficult odds and now winning souls for Christ.
Many believers, including renowned Ghanaian gospel minister, Sonnie Badu, marked her as a true Kingdom ambassador.
In a post by the UK-based singer, he acknowledged Onyameba's effort and urged people to support her.
''Keep singing my daughter, we are supporting you from here, Be encouraged. @kamah.thoronka and I got you. I plead with all churches in Ghana to show support to my daughter who is a dynamic worship leader. This was not how she was, she had a terrible accident on her way to go minister and lost her legs @onyameba_betty. Guys, if you are in Ghana the #Momo her today for me ok just contact her in her DM," Sonnie Badu posted.
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YEN.com.gh has compiled five photos of Betty Onyameba to throw the spotlight on her.
1. Betty Onyameba delivering powerful ministration.
2. Limbless gospel singer glows with smiles for the camera.
3. Betty Onyameba stuns in kente and accessories. Poses with confidence for the camera.
4. This photo is all about body positivity.
5. Betty owns the moment during a ministration.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a kind-spirited young Ghanaian, Basintale Abel Edmond Baba is making commendable impressions in the lives of the disadvantaged in Bawku in the Upper East Region with his little resources.
Despite being financially constrained, Edmond Baba is helping the deprived by donating food and other useful items to aid them to cope with their difficult situation which has been worsened by the prevailing pandemic.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the kind-hearted young man has been celebrated for donating to an aged blind woman who ekes a living from breaking and selling stones.
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