“Call me beggar and be arrested”- Physically challenged man

“Call me beggar and be arrested”- Physically challenged man

A 22-year-old physically challenged man, Abdullahi Sule who hails from Adamawa state is not the typical physically challenged type you see in Lagos everyday. Sule who lost his legs when he was five years old, sells stationery materials by the road side in Ikeja and has refused to let his condition define his life.

Sule Abdullahi

Sule Abdullahi on the roadside in Ikeja where he plies his trade. Photo credit: LegitNG

Unlike most who use their shortcomings as an avenue to beg, Sule has refused to toe that part and even admits that he despises beggars who rely on the practice.

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Sule Abdullahi

Sule added that his resentment for begging is the reason he takes it personal when called a beggar and that calling him such can get you arrested. He said that he will report such persons to the police as the name calling is an infringement of his right. He went on to advice all the physically challenged persons in the society urging them to do more with their time and be productive while at it.

 

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Credits: LegitNG

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    ladi Suleiman 3 days ago

    there is a great ability in every disability. be confident in yourself that you can do everything good thing. remove fear,sympathy empathy,form heart. dont allow even your family to pull your down. making feel you are a liability NOT at all but you are reliable people. start something no matter how small,you will make it. am one too but am into business by God’s grace the sky will not my limit am aiming high.