Mary Daniel, the one legged lady who was pictured selling bottled water on the street of Lagos is a year older today. See her beautiful pictures, and how her life has been transformed below.There is a popular saying that I love so much, it goes like this “when there is life, there is hope.” Of course, as long as a person is still alive, he or she can't be written off because you don't know what's going to happen in the next minutes that will change his or her life for the best. Mary Daniel lost her parents and one of her legs in a fatal accident, she took to the street selling bottled water to survive, but today look at her today. Her story has changed, after the kind-hearted citizens of Nigeria donated millions for her to have a comfortable life.
God is good indeed! Once again, a very big happy birthday to Mary Daniel. And to anyone out there who is in need of a change of story like this, may your helpers locate you.
Kindly say a prayer for this beautiful soul.
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