Victor Nwankwo became crippled and confined to a wheelchair due to a spinal cord injury inflicted on him by a senior student who beat him up while in school.
Victor, an indigene of Amechi Awkunanaw, Enugu state. will wed his soulmate on Saturday, November 27.
Victor’s first love who promised to marry him, dumped him when he needed her most.
His second love, not only stole his heart, but stole his little money and disappeared.
Amidst his travails, he lost his father and, later, his mother who was his pillar in life. At a point, he prayed to God to take his life.
But, at last, God gave Victor a helper fit for him.
Read what he wrote about his third love, Chinaza:
‘When I wasn’t looking, I found her, when I had given up, she gave me hope, when I was broken she mended me and when I was gone, her smile brought me back to life.
‘Chinaza, if I am a flower, you will be my unbreakable vase. You are the only moon that shines through my darkness and the only star in my sky.
‘In your arms, I have felt abled, empowered, inspired and alive…
‘I maybe disabled, but in you my love, I have found my ability. I walk with a broken spine, but you are my spine and I stand with you. Thank you for loving an ordinary disabled man from a small village.’
Congratulations to Victor and Chinaza.
Courtesy: Uba Aham