I was born complete, but a wrongly administered injection damaged my legs when I was a kid — Lady
By Charieeva | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 25136 views
We have all heard stories of the damage wrongly administered injections can do to people. As a child, I was very scared of taking injections due to the fear of the damage it could cause. A very beautiful lady identified as Princess Chidera Kalu took to Facebook to share her story.
After her pictures went viral online, many people assumed that she was born disabled. However, it was in her appreciation post that she cleared the air on being born deformed. According to her, she was born full and complete, and it was an incorrectly administered injection that damaged her legs when she was a kid.
However, in January 2019, Princess Chidera Kalu said she had a corrective surgery in an orthopedic hospital, and her legs were corrected. She how beautiful she look after the successful surgery.
Indeed, God is great! This was a very heart touching story of what happens when an injection is not administered by a qualified medical practitioner or nurse.
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