It is often said that being disabled is not a disability and it is true. If you have all your body parts and senses in place and you don’t achieve your dreams in life then you don’t need a rocket scientist to tell you that you need deliverance from Bishop Angel Daniel Obinim or Prophet Kumchacha.
The Nigerian House of Representatives have honoured a disabled street beggar who sponsored himself through the University of Lagos (UNILAG) to become a lawyer. Below is the narrative of how he struggled to achieve his dream of becoming a lawyer;
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Honorable Gbajabiamila said: “When ordinary Nigerians do Extra ordinary things then they must be celebrated and all men and women of power and influence must rise and bow to them. Nigerians and the world celebrate Messi and Ronaldo every day for the amazing things they are able to do with their legs and today we must celebrate Abdulsalam for the amazing things he has been able to do without his legs.
Idowu lost his two legs to polio at the age of three, lost his mother at the age of four, started primary school at eight and resorted to street begging to raise money to buy uniforms, books and to feed. He begged for arms from primary through secondary school and was known on the streets of Lagos as a beggar.
From street begging he bought GCE form in 2002, sat and passed the GCE and Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) exam and was subsequently admitted to study political science at the University of Lagos. As he was preparing to complete his first degree, he sat for the West African School Certificate Examination and JAMB.
In his determination to become a lawyer, passed the exams studied law and was later admitted to Nigerian Law School in 2015 and was called to the Nigerian Bar on November 30, 2016.
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