Love Baadom, a serving corps member in Rivers State, has used social media to promote stunning images of herself wearing her uniform and praising herself.
The Rivers State University alumnus stated that, despite her size, “What others can do, she can do better” while showing off pictures of herself at a parade to her coworkers.
Corper Wee…. Waah. At the Port Harcourt City Local Government Council, today is my CDC (NEMA). I am better than others at what they can do. In order to get what I want, I moved briskly. a promising future She composed.
View her post here:
Below are more lovely pictures of Baadom:
A 20-year-old petite woman revealed the moving account of how her infirmity prevented her from following her ideal professional path some time ago.
The young lady who aspired to play professional football claimed that although she had always dreamed of playing at the greatest level, her infirmity had put an end to those aspirations.
The young woman was diagnosed with “shortness,” a rare illness that prevented her from completing her goals, according to Afrimax English.
She reportedly started school later than expected since she had to wait a long time to learn how to walk and for her legs to gradually lengthen.
The woman claimed that because of her height, people frequently mistake her for a guy and have trouble believing she is a girl.