After being saved by a nice guy named Harrison Gwamnishu, a Nigerian youngster was given a second chance at life. The youngster was tossed into a forest with his hands tied, according to the activist who published the story, and was discovered on June 24. Harrison thanked the generous people who had donated to the cause by sharing images of the handsome lad's changed appearance.
Harrison Gwamnishu came to the aid of a small kid who had been dumped into the woods. On June 24, the activist discovered the boy in a forest in Edo state, Nigeria, and took him to a medical clinic where he got two months of therapy. The youngster was admitted to the hospital and treated for two months. @harrison gwamnishu contributed this photo. UGC is the source of this information. Harrison further revealed that the youngster was sent from an Edo state hospital to Asaba for rehabilitation.
The activist shared on his Instagram page the new look of the boy as well as photos capturing his appearance when he was rescued.
It's fortunate that your mother took him in. With each passing day, he becomes more and more like you. "Blessings on blessings." Children who have been labeled with the word "witches" have eventually graduated from high school. Meanwhile, Briefly News recently revealed that children who were bullied after being labeled witches graduated with honors. Anja Ringgren Lovén, who shared the story on her LinkedIn profile, expressed her pride in demonstrating that the children are not witches. Anja commented that education is what gives one wings to fly, while thanking the kind-hearted folks who have been supporting the cause of her organization.
It's sad how people treat kids like this just out of pure allegations, we hope he gets better and have a better life like other children.
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