“What others can do, I can do better” – Corps member praises herself

A serving corps member in Rivers State, Love Baadom, has taken to social media to share beautiful photos of herself in her uniform while hailing herself.

The Rivers State University alumna shared photos of herself on parade with her colleagues and boasted that, despite her physique, “What others can do, she can do better.”

“Corper Wee….Waah. Today is my CDC (NEMA) at Port Harcourt City Local Government Council. What others can do, I can do better. I walked boldly to achieve what I want. Bright future.” She wrote.

See her post below:

See more beautiful photos of Baadom below…

A while ago, a 20-year-old diminutive lady has shared the touching story of how her disability hindered her from pursuing her desired career path.

According to the young lady who desired to be a professional footballer, she grew up playing football and always dreamt of playing at the highest level, but her disability ruined her dreams.

Afrimax English revealed the young lady was diagnosed with “shortness” and this rare condition was an hindrance in achieving her dreams.

It was gathered that she started school late because she had to wait for a long time to start walking and for her legs to grow longer a bit.

The lady stated that people usually doubt her age and find it difficult to believe she’s a girl, according to her, people usually mistake her for a boy because of her stature.