Reactions As Girl Without Hands Draws Portraits Of Davido, Chioma And Anthony Joshua (Photos)
By Akwaman2020 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 748 views
No one should be hindered a chance to greatness in life. Even when they show traits of physical disabilities, they should be encouraged in their passions and guided to doing something worth appreciating.
Disability is not inability and it is shown in the life of this beautiful girl that has gone viral for expressing her artistic skills to the world. Her name is Bose Okeowo and she has a disability of the hand and leg.
The little talented girl drew a fine portrait of award winning boxer Anthony Joshua and she has been praised for her creativity. It was also amazing to know while her disability makes her sit on wheelchair, she had also drawn fine portraits of Davido and Chioma among other nice portraits.
A lot of people have taken time to appreciate her for her talent. You should do the same in the way you can.
However, here are some of the reactions so far from Nigerians as they share her works to the famous celebrities:
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