Six-year-old Boko Haram attack victim is now back on his feet after a successful spinal cord surgery (Photos)

Remember the story of  poor Ali, who was being carried by his pregnant mother who was struggling to escape from the Boko Haram attackers but fell down as she was trying to run and Ali fell off her back and he was overrun by the terrorists here? He is now back on his feet.

Recall that Dickens Sanomi Foundation took to the rescue for the six-year old by footing his bill for the surgery.

The surgery was bankrolled by Dickens Sanomi Foundation, which was established by Mr. Igho Sanomi who owns the Taleveras Group. It reportedly cost $48,000 (about N17.5million).

Ahmadu Ali survived the six-hour operation that put him back on his feet after being restricted to a wheelchair for three years.
Doctors had earlier predicted that Ali would only be able to walk after three weeks of recuperation but miraculously, without prompting, walked unaided on September, the 23rd, 2017, six days after the operation.
Photos: Six-year-old Boko Haram attack victim walks again after a successful spinal cord surgery
Ali said then
(“I want to begin to walk with my legs again. For God’s sake, assist me. I want to go to school”).


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