The latest photos of a child who looks like a monkey have caused quite a stir on the internet, particularly on social media.
The viral images show a complete metamorphosis of the monkey-like kid who had gained worldwide notice.
His neighbours called him a monkey since he spent much of his time in the jungle climbing trees. They would beat him and ridicule him and his mother because they had no choice.
People follow Eli around the home to take photos with him since he is so famous in Tanzania and throughout the world.
And he now wears some of the most trendy clothes. So, here's a sneak peek.
Zanzmana Elly was born after his mother kneeled before God and asked for any baby she could have as long as they lived.
She prayed for a handicapped child. Her prayer was answered when Zanzimana Elly appeared. After her four children sadly perished within a short period of time.
Elly's face characteristics were compared to an African chimpanzee when he was 22. His skull couldn't sustain formal schooling, and he couldn't talk.
His mother said he used to chew grass like an animal and will need to be pursued home by his father.
When Afrimax first met this family, they were hungry and without hope. They established a GoFundMe campaign, and many individuals contributed.
Elly was then taken to a special school for disabled children and given a brand new house. How do you like his transformation?
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