SPOTLIGHT ON CHIDIOGO SANDRA ANUNANDU
My albino experience is quite different from others. For me, growing up as an albino was fun. I noticed I was different as soon as I started school. People called me funny names like oyibopepe and other funny names but it really never got to me. Naturally, I am a shy and introverted person. My colour however made me stand out everywhere I go. This has actually taking a toll on my personality as it has made me crawl out of my shell. In my environment, I was allowed to do what everybody was doing. I was not treated differently.
I grew up feeling beautiful. I am indeed a beauty no doubt. My spotless complexion made my ‘shakara’ triple. I grew up knowing and acknowledging my beauty as well as my spotless skin. I thank God every day for making me unique and special. I could be very social as I love making meeting new people. I could also be very reserved as I try to mind my business. I have my weaknesses but of course, I am working on them and looking up to God for help as well. I am single but I have a crush on someone at the moment(lol). I am excited of all the blessings and packages the Good Lord has for me this year. To my fellow cuties, never let anyone make you feel less important. You are important, You are unique, You are special
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