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I Believe God Will Restore My Sight One Day – Adelaide The Seer Shares Her Story On The Journey Show

Visually impaired young Ghanaian singer, Adelaide Bortier, a stage named Adelaide The Seer, has revealed how she sadly lost her sight.

Speaking in an interview with Abena Ghana on the ‘Journey Show, Adelaide said her predicament started when she was in Senior High School (SHS).

The young singer has since lived as a visually impaired person for over 8 years. The 26-year-old singer further revealed why she parted ways with music duo Dope Nation.

Adelaide revealed that she had to quit her contract with the music group due to health reasons. The details of the contract were demanding, thus, I had to lay my health first. she said.

Adelaide the Seer however did two songs with Dope Nation with ‘Wire Me’ topping trends on many music charts.

Speaking on her life story, Adelaide the Seer said her life has been like a roller coaster with so many ups and downs. I have learned great lessons from all of my life events. The truth is as human as I am, I have days when I cry and feel very low. But anytime this happens, I try to wipe my tears and remain stronger because there are many other people who take their inspiration from me. It is not easy with life, but I believe that everything in life happens for a reason.

Like my disability, I know God has a purpose for this and that it won’t be permanent. I believe that one day God will restore my sight. She Said.

Watch the video of her interview below:

Source: MyNewsGhana.Net


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