- @Fayabeats, a young man on Twitter has revealed how he suffered from 3 different forms of cancer but still recovered in less than a year
- According to him, he had Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma, brain tumour and metastasis
- He used the occasion of his birthday to celebrate his life and thank God for saving him
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A gentleman identified on Twitter with the handle, @Fayabeats, has marked his birthday on Twitter with an emotional story of how he was saved from cancer.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his handle, the gentleman shared photos showing how he suffered from different types of cancer; Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma, brain tumour with extension to the eyes and metastasis.
According to him, all of these happened to him within the space of one year, from January 2020 to November 2020 but he has fully recovered just a few months later.
See the post below:
Thousands of social media users joined @Fayabeats to celebrate his victory over the deadly sickness.
Check out some of the comments below:
OMG I literally knew when you posted about your condition last year. I’m so happy for your growth and recovery! God bless you on your new age!
Bruh you need to be giving talks on cancer. Inspire people with the disease and tell em how you came out of yours. You need to do more with the extra lives you’ve been given.
@YusuffAzeez10 opined that:
This life ehnn, have money & largely your health problems will be solved. Money & GOD'S grace kept you alive. Share your testimony to cancer-fighting patients. You'd be a huge inspiration to persons out there.
In another heartwarming story, Dennis Appiah Larbi, a former SRC President of the University of Cape Coast, who was also a presidential candidate for the National Union of Ghanaian Students (NUGS) has taken to the street to sell fruit juice.
In a post shared on his personal Facebook handle, Dennis Appiah Larbi-Ampofo described himself as a hustler in the streets of Accra and a symbol of a man with an unimaginable faith in the future.
Although he has an office for his start-up, Afra Cup, Dennis says he is boldly stepping out onto the street because he believes it will create a future not only for himself but for many young folks he is creating avenues for.
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