A woman named Alabi Rukayar Oyindamola narrated a very touching experience she had when she went to Ilorin. She shared two young girls' photographs and described the kind of rejection they faced because of their unusual blue eyes from their families.
Check out her post below
"Hello! I travelled to Ilorin this Eid period and I saw this small girl she lives around my house(Ilorin). Her name is Kaosara she is 8 years of 8 and she is an indigen, she also have a junior sister Hassanat(Kehinde) her Taiwo is dead due to lack of proper care and rejection from their father because she has special qualities (blue eyes). Her mother's name is Risiqot."
She traveled to Ilorin according to her post, but she realized that some young girls were living around her compound, so she decided to investigate. She later found out that their own father chased out the eldest sister and her younger one, because of the color of their skin, he rejected them.
They have lived under extreme and poor situations on the streets since then.
She their photos below
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