Despite Having His Leg Amputated, Man Wows As He Shows Off Amazing Dance Skills On Clutches (Video)
By Ultimate_Gist | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 1 views
There is a saying that there is no disability is not inability and there is ability in every disability. This have been proven in a video making rounds on social media which shows a man dancing so well to Naira Marley's song despite having one of his leg amputated"
The unidentified man could be seen doing "gbe body" and other dancing styles as he rocks to the song. His condition didn't limit him and he has become a toast of social media users.
Happiness spread over his face as he danced happily and was cheered in the video. This is an example of not letting one one's conditions regardless of what is is to hinder you from being happy and doing what you really care about.
His amazing dance has earned him praises and positive words from Nigerians as he was lauded for being staying happy and positive but not allowing his condition to affect him negatively.
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