Nobody is ugly they say, we just need a little tender loving care and Mary, the lady amputee who was hawking sachets of water in Oshodi is one such example, as her new images have surfaced on the internet. The story of Mary went viral about a week ago after she was spotted hawking sachet water around Bolade market in Oshodi area of Lagos despite her condition. Mary drew the sympathy of a young man, Mr Ibitoye Ayodele Adeniyi who saw her struggling and decided to help her,
and Mary later drew the attention of a group of good Nigerians who decided to rally behind her.
A little photo story of Mary and some good Nigerians she encountered in the process of raising funds for her
The story of Mary Daniel was very touching and lot of funds were raised for her by several Nigerians and today she looks so good in her photos.
Mary Daniel was born in Kogi and raised in Katsina. Lost her parents at a very young age and had an accident in 2006 when she was 6 years old on her way from school. She lost on of her her as a result of the accident and she found love from Nigerians after she was spotted hustling instead of begging.
"I don’t like begging because I believe I have the strength to work and cater for myself. I know I am not lazy and I took the decision not to beg. Some people out of pity will give me N1,000 or N2,000 after buying water from me,” says Mary Daniels in an interview with Punch on April 10th, 2021.
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