Beryl Kordai Addy is indeed a special child as she would go every length to pursue her dream of becoming a pilot despite her challenge.
The 6-year-old girl living with cerebral palsy is determined to get education and not even her defective arms would discourage her from going to school, as she has learned how to write using her toes.
In a report by Joy News, Beryl was captured in class in a mainstream school at La in the Greater Accra Region where she has lessons with all the other pupils.
Her mother Sussana Patterson has not relented on her efforts to offer all the support and love for Beryl to overcome the defectiveness in her arms and muscles.
She indicated that she has not for a day stopped believing in her daughter’s abilities as she sees her daily grip a pencil to draw and write to the admiration of her teachers.
She remains hopeful of a brighter future for her daughter despite her disability; a pilot is what she dreams of becoming.
In the kind of society, we live in, one would describe this as ‘crazy faith’, but Mrs. Patterson remains unperturbed by Beryl’s condition.
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