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Wow! Nigerian Boy Who Was Branded A Witch And Left To Die 5 Years In the past, Turns into Greatest Man At A Marriage ceremony (Photographs)



A Nigerian boy, Hope, who was branded a witch by his household and left to die of starvation some 5 years in the past, is now dong very effectively.

The boy who was left to starve to loss of life, was the most effective man at a marriage of one of many group members that rescued him 5 years in the past in Eket, Akwa Ibom.

Recall that Hope, then an emaciated 2-year-old, was rescued by Danish support, Anja Ringgren Loven and her group on January 31, 2016, after he was discovered wandering the streets for eight months.

Ms Loven on Sunday, shared photographs of a trendy and good-looking Hope on the marriage ceremony of Land of Hope’s Schooling Officer, which befell final weekend.

She wrote; “In precisely 40 days right now we’re going to rejoice that Hope was rescued 5 years in the past. To be actual, Hope was rescued on the 30 of January 2016.

“I can not wait 40 days to share these footage of Hope. He’s merely to cute and good-looking. Final week Hope was finest man at Don Udowan, our Schooling officer’s marriage ceremony and Hope simply shined like somewhat star.

“Trying again, it’s arduous to imagine that 5 years have already handed. I keep in mind the day we rescued Hope as if it was yesterday.

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“As most of you recognize I’ve the identify HOPE tattooed on my fingers. A tattoo I acquired a few years in the past even lengthy earlier than I ever travelled to Nigeria. As a result of for greater than a decade now it’s been my mission in life to: Assist One Individual On a regular basis: HOPE

“Lots of you will have been following our work since we rescued Hope and witnessed his superb transformation. He’s a SURVIVOR and at some point he shall be sufficiently old to journey the world and inform his story.

“We owe the whole lot to you, our followers, sponsors, supporters and members.”

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