Some beautiful pictures of Mrs Risikat Abdullazeez who was abandoned by her husband because she gave birth to two children with blues eyes has surfaced online which has elicited reactions. Mrs Risikat Abdullazeez story has touched the heart of many Nigerians as they have shown concern about it. Mrs Risikat Abdullazeez, 30, was born naturally with a blue eyes and it has now passed down to her two children as well. However, help has come through to her as the First Lady of Kwara State, Olufolake Abdulrazaq gave her cash donations during the weekend. The beautiful pictures of Mrs Risikat Abdullazeez was shared on twitter by a documentary photographer, Adebayo Abayomi. Adebayo revealed that he paid less attention to her case which currently trending on social media but he decided to pay attention to the case when he got a call.
Here are the some beautiful pictures of Mrs Risikat Abdullazeez which was shared.
Following the post which he shared, lot of Nigerians have reacted to it and they have dropped their various comments concerning it.
A comment read, "I don't understand why her husband would leave her because of her eyes. The eyes are so beautiful."
Another comment read, "From afar I admire her eyes. Some people even wear blue contact lens however the man may be afraid of those eyes."
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