Mary Oluchi Micheal : Married Mother Of One Opens Up About Life As An Amputee

Mary Oluchi Micheal , Amputee
Mary Oluchi Micheal

Mary Oluchi Micheal is one enthusiastic youthful mother of-one who is carrying on with her best life.

Despite the fact that an amputee, she accepts she can’t be halted by anything. She made herself significant on Instagram because of her move plays.

Mary is an overcomer of Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM).

AVM is a strange knot of veins associating supply routes and veins, which upsets ordinary blood stream and oxygen flow.

Mary Oluchi Micheal is a Mass Communication understudy of Lagos state Polytechnic who has recently gotten hitched to the adoration for her life. She has named herself The Minister of Happiness. This has brought her universal acknowledgment and a large group of web based life devotees.

Mary Oluchi Micheal , Amputee
Mary Oluchi Micheal , Amputee

Mary is based in Lagos and she enjoys sharing her story to give hope to other people going through different challenges. She can easily beat you to a dance-off challenge anywhere and everywhere.

She is addicted to looking for the good in every situation. When you have a chance, stop by her Instagram page for some comic relief . She said ‘I love to have fun and I joke a lot’.

In this interview with Daily Sun, Mary, who is happily married and blessed with a baby boy opened up on her life as an amputee, her recent miracle; how she got blessed her with the sum of one million naira, her growing up, her challenges and her dream.

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Mary says that from a tender age she had always see herself on Television, entertaining people and cracking jokes.

Interestingly this charted her way through her life’s challenges, battling AVM and self-hate and in turn she became a beacon for hope and inspiration for people in her community and the world. Today she is not very far from her dream of becoming a news reporter and or broadcaster, she oozes confidence and it’s not hard to see that she was born for the camera.

The illness that changed her life is very rare , the pain left her immobilized and moody. She lost friends, was mocked and stigmatized but  instead of moaning in self-pity and doubt she took strides to learn resilience and patience.

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

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