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“ANGEL WORKER” WHO RESCUED STARVING “WITCH BOY”


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"Angel Worker" Who Rescued Starving "Witch Boy" Abandoned by Family Shares Miraculous Photo One Year Later

Leah Marieann Klett : Feb 14, 2017 : Gospel Herald

"My team and I are so overwhelmed by all the love we are receiving from all over the world. This is something we have never dared to dream about. We have been fighting this superstition for many years and finally the whole world is looking at the important work we are doing." -Anja Lovén

image002.jpg@01D28826.64A95740” align=left hspace=20 alt=”http://www.breakingchristiannews.com/images/news/hope249.jpg” v:shapes=”Picture_x0020_2″>(Nigeria)—[Gospel Herald] The Danish aid worker who saved a starving Nigerian boy from certain death after his family disowned him for ‘being a witch’ has shared a photo revealing his miraculous recovery just one year later. (Photo via Gospel Herald)

Anja Lovén, founder of African Children’s Aid Education and Development Foundation, shared a photo recreating the heartbreaking snapshot of her standing on a dirt road, giving water to an emaciated little boy holding a few pieces of cracker in one hand.

This time, however, the image looks vastly different.

The little boy, now chubby and healthy, carries a small backpack and wears a checkered, button-up shirt, red pants and white sneakers—and is on his way to the first day of school.

"A rescue mission that went viral, and today it’s exactly 1 year ago the world came to know a young little boy called Hope," Lovén captioned the photo.

Since the photo was posted on January 30, it has been "liked" over 34,000 times and shared another 8,000 times.

As earlier reported, Lovén first saw the toddler walking, naked and alone, through the dusty streets of Uyo in south-east Nigeria one year ago.

Believing he was a witch, the child’s parents had abandoned him eight months prior, leaving him weak, malnourished, and riddled with worms. Moved with compassion, Anja, who has a young son with her husband, David, took the child under her wing and gave him a powerful name: Hope.

"I was so sick to my bones to see a two-year-old boy in such a horrible condition," Anja told the Daily Mail. "When we first entered the village I looked over my shoulders and slowly turned around to see Hope sitting on the side of the road. I thought I was going to see a bigger boy but when I saw he was the size of a little baby, my whole body froze."

She added, "I became a mother myself 20 months ago and I was thinking of my own son when I saw Hope."

The child was taken to hospital the same day, where he was given…

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