BE WHAT YOU WANT TO BE..!


Be What You Want to Be: Placida Acheru, an Extraordinary Woman who is transforming Lives and Businesses in the UK and across the globe, though born with Sickle cell Anaemia has not let this stop her"..! Along side with L'EOPARD-MARIE: ACS Queen 2011 who is looking forward to working with people with sickle cell.

23 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:23

    Good work sporah

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  2. Anonymous14:22

    very inspiring.

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  3. Anonymous14:54

    you inspire me in good ways

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  4. Anonymous15:51

    Thank you Placida for your advice, I am sickle cell anemic but the good thing is that I am fit and strong because I follow the doctor's advice.

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  5. Anonymous16:06

    well done sister, dont you ever give up in what you believe in, hugs and kisses and mad love for you sporah XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

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  6. Anonymous16:15

    Got this for you sporah, Placida and anybody out there.
    I am a 28 year old sickle cell patient, a graduate with 2nd class upper division (B.Sc),Econ and Mgt.
    Pls i need a job,so that i can earn a living and be healthy. Pls some one help me.
    I can be reached on 08133810436 or mikefumnanya@yahoo.com
    thanks and God Bless
    HELP IF YOU CAN PLEASE.

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  7. Anonymous01:56

    Nice one Sporah

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  8. Anonymous03:12

    It is great! I have learned more than I ever thought I could. Fantastic school!

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  9. Anonymous03:18

    Thank you so much for this video!

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  10. Anonymous03:22

    Thank you so much for this video!

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  11. Anonymous11:24

    Hongera dada kazi yako nzuri sana

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  12. Anonymous13:29

    Very inspirational @sporah

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  13. Anonymous15:08

    Sickle Cell just like any other illness is more of a battle of the mind than just the physical symptoms. If you win the mind battle and defeat the fear of the disease, you defeat sickle cell.

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  14. Anonymous15:30

    hapana chezea sporah, love you girl

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  15. Anonymous15:42

    I have a close relative who is a sickler. I think it's really unfair on the children for 2 consenting adults, who know they are both carriers (AS), to decide to go ahead and get married and have children. It's unfair on the children, so I think it's better that people make a conscious effort to avoid putting any child through pain. It can be very bad!

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  16. Anonymous00:26

    Be blessed Placida.

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  17. Anonymous16:31

    Thank you for sharing!! I also have Sickle Cell (Sickle Beta+ Thalassemia) and went though a tough time in college. I had some difficulites, but now that I'm in grad school life is becoming increasingly more difficult. It's nice to hear the perspective of another young accomplished woman like myself. It helps me to know that I'm not crazy or lazy to need the help that I feel I need.

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  18. Anonymous16:37

    I love you sporah

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  19. Anonymous16:51

    Thanks for sharing. My 12 yr old has sickle cell - SC. From birth we had taught to be proud about who she is and not be ashamed of having Sickle Cell, Because of that, she is a very vocal child about SC. She has only had 4 crisis in her life with the last one being the 1st to last for 7 days. (that was an expereince for our entire family and her)

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  20. Anonymous02:22

    I WANT TO MEET THE LADY.

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  21. Anonymous18:52

    I am 2 out of 4 kids. My older sister and the youngest of my little brothers have sickle cell anemia. I have sickle cell trait and my other brother doesnt have either.

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  22. Anonymous07:44

    umependeza sana sporah kwenye hii video

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  23. Anonymous07:47

    I know Placida i went to school with her back in Nigeria. She is and always bn very inteligent.!

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