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Photos: Touching Story Of Nigerian Lady That Suddenly Went Blind Inside Exam Hall. (Throwback)

My heart was broken when I saw this touching story of a young Nigerian lady who suddenly went blind while writing exams.

It was stated that, "the blindness was allegedly caused by spiritual attack."

She later got married to another visually impaired man, who she met at a special school for the blind in Oji-River, Enugu State. God blessed them with two kids.

According to my findings, "the blindness was not from birth, it was a spiritual attack. It started as a joke when she was about taking her WAEC, she was fully prepared for the exam when she then sat down for the exam, she was given her answer booklet and question paper, when she started screaming my eyes! My eyes!!"

Then the school authority called her parents and informed them what happened. Her father rushed to the school and took her home.

Her younger sister said, "we started taking her to different hospitals, churches, any place that could solve her problem, but all to no avail.

She was operated on one of the eyes, that was when the real situation arose. My sister totally lost her sight. She was really pained, she thought all hope was lost."

As time goes on, she was enrolled in a special school for the blind situated at Oji-River, that was the place she met her husband.

"The two of them met and fell in love with themselves, after some many training in the school, they left for Lagos and enrolled in a skill acquisition program where they learnt how to make beads, liquid soaps, disinfectants, and some many other things."

Today they are happily married with two kids.

Friends, be thankful to God in all situation, God is God. Appreciate God always and praise his name in all circumstances.

Let's continue to pray that God will supply their needs, give them life, locate their helpers and equally regain their sight for them.

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