Human activist and humanist Harrison Guamnishu shares the incredible transformation of a boy who was banished to the forest months ago and abandoned for becoming a "witch".
According to Harrison on his Instagram page, the boy was abandoned in the dense jungle of Edo after his family referred to him as a witch.
He was later rescued by his team who quickly took him to Asaba for medical treatment and physiotherapy.
Harrison shared a photo of the amazing boy and wrote, “On June 4, 2021, we brought this boy to Edo State. He was handcuffed and thrown into the forest.
"We took him to UBTH Edo State, where he was treated for over 2 months and discharged after treatment.
"From UBTH we took him to Asaba for physiotherapy."
See photo below;
Check out some of the reactions below;
@julezsatchelzbackup wrote; "How terrible are humans?" The boy now looks like Abi, are those my eyes?
@yemmybrown wrote: "I kept asking who it was when the devil was on earth...Thanks to Gwamnishu for giving the baby a chance to live."
@ikiomoye wrote; "It's good that your mother adopted him. He looks more and more like you every day. more blessings"
@d_rising_sun1 wrote; “Niche, can't you adopt this child? I mean, he looks a lot like you. Don't be offended, please."
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