Chiwetalu Charity, a 300-level student of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) has shared her ordeal on how she ended up with her disability stating she wasn’t given birth to that way.
In an interview with BBC Pidgin, she lamented that men are ashamed of taking her out by reason of her condition. The accountancy undergraduate explained that men would rather she remained inside.
Charity recalled a particular conversation with a man in which he revealed that moving in public with her appeared that he was walking with a child.
According to the Enugu State University of Science and Technology accountancy student, when she was very much younger, it was noticed that there wasn’t any blood flowing through the veins in her legs, BBC Pidgin reveals.
This resulted in her legs getting rotten. Charity was taken to different hospitals in search of a solution until it was recommended that the legs be amputated to save her.
The confident lady stated that despite discrimination she had faced from both genders, she is an asset. Chiwetalu Charity said that the man who finds her has got a wife.