Person Living With Disability Cries Out To Gov AbdulRazaq, Save My Soul

Oluseyi Dasilva



A middle aged man, Taiye Kajogbola, living with disability has cried to Governor AbdulRhaman AbdulRazaq to come to his plight.

Kajogbola, 34 who said he was a hard working young man is half paralysed explained his plight to our correspondent adding that he was not born with disability.

During a personal visit to make this view public  our office on Friday in Ilorin, being assisted by a sympathizer. Taiye explained that he had a terrible accident some four years ago and was bed ridden for several months before he was miraculously revived.

Taiye who explained that he was the bread winner of the family until he was involved in the accident that almost took his life but that it took God to bring him back to life.

He recounted his ordeal that he finds it difficult to feed himself as he cannot use his hands and legs and he cannot go a begging.

He called on Kwara State Governor to come to his aid and save him from dying of hunger.

Taye is a disabled whose legs and hands are paralysed as he is as good as being a vegetarian.

Neighbours in his environment attest to his claims, though speaking on condition of anonymity recalled how Taye who operated a business centre at the Kwara State Polytechnic before his involvement in aghastly motor accident.

“Taiye used to be a promising big boy, he rides on a one in town motor bike, well maintained and very neat. All of a sudden, he had an accident and the story turned as it is, very unfortunate.”

She added her voice in making a plea that government come to his aid to alleviate all his present problems.

Taiye Kajogbola can be reached on his cell phone 08035287616

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