- After the Nigeria Super Eagles secured their spot in the AFCON finals by defeating South Africa, a Nigerian man, previously believed to be disabled, shocked social media by rising from his wheelchair.
- The video captured the moment as the man, formerly using a wheelchair, joyfully stood and moved around in excitement.
- Subsequently, social media users flooded the comment section with reactions, with some expressing scepticism about the authenticity of the man’s disability, suggesting that he may have been feigning it all along.
A Nigerian man believed to be disabled, gained widespread attention on social media when he suddenly left his wheelchair immediately after the Nigeria Super Eagles secured their place in the finals by defeating the South African team in the AFCON semi-final match.
The incident was captured in a video accompanied by the caption:
“Cripple dun finally walk today. This is Nigeria.”
The man, who had been using a wheelchair before the match, was dressed in brown clothing and could be seen jubilantly touching and jumping around his wheelchair in excitement.
Numerous individuals who witnessed the scene also captured photos and videos of the man as they gathered around him.
Shortly after the video surfaced online, social media users flooded the comment section with their reactions to the remarkable turn of events.
Many who were sceptical about the occurrence claimed that the man might have been pretending all along.
Watch the video below:
One yfn_scott_ wrote: “E don loose guard stand up because of happiness😂 then em mount em guard say na miracle.”
Odumeje: “Be like say e dn reach time to use abitoshega.”
SAD BOY 💔: “Abi he don tire to de disguise.”
don es: “:day collect Grammy we don balance ⚖️the score today 🇳🇬 4:2🇸🇸 my fellow Nigerians gather here let gather here let celebration.”
everyone girlfriend: “a pastor delivered a 10yrs madman at our local market in Delta state.”
る TOXIC😈🤡: “Blind man no know Wetin God do for am yesterday.”
Exc Miriam: “Ahmed Bola Tinubu. Their is nothing joy can not do.”
user4014525093934: “them don use abidoshaka i been think say we dey preserve am.”