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Photo Speaks Lady discovers deaf and dumb keke driver in Lagos

A lady with instagram handle, @noraswift90, shared her experience with a deaf and dumb keke napep rider, narrating how it inspired her.

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Deaf and dumb keke napep driver

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The inspiring story of a deaf and dumb tricycle driver, otherwise known as keke napep has quickly gone viral since a young lady described her chance encounter with him in Lagos.

Read: This crippled cobbler will teach you a lesson of life

In a world where most physically challenged people have take to begging, quickly turning it into a trade, this man's story stands out.

A lady with instagram handle, @noraswift90, shared her experience with a deaf and dumb keke napep rider, narrating how it inspired her.

She shared a backview photo of the rider, commenting:

"Thought i should share this, on my way to the hospital I flagged him down, didn't bother talking to him or asking him for the price because we all know they have a fixed price for those plying the straight road, to my amazement he turned and showed me the notice. Mehn i was dumb founded, i quickly read through it and relaxed. I got to my destination and tapped him and he stopped....#wecanmakeit #youcanmakeit #youdonthaveanyexcuse #Godblessus#GodblessNigeria"

This man is not alone as other people have recounted accounts of discovering handicapped painters, traders, cobblers and we believe they should be encouraged.

Read: Crippled cobbler braves the odds to make ends meet

A few of these people have simply chosen to stand out, not allowing their challenges to tie them down in anyway.

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