You never know what destiny has in stock for you. A Brazilian man who was born with his head upside down and wasn’t expected to live first 24 hours is now 44.
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The Brazilian man with his head upside down is named Claudio Vieira de Oliveira and lives in the north-eastern Brazilian state of Bahia. He is fighting arthrogryposis multiplex congenital.
The condition implies he has decay of the leg muscles, his arms adhere to his chest and he has his head upside down.
Although specialists figured he wouldn’t get to live the first 24 hours, Claudinho (as he’s known to companions) wants to turn into an inspirational orator.
The Brazilian man hasn’t let his disabilities stop him from doing what he likes. But due to the pandemic, he had to put everything on hold.
He shared with Brazilian news site G1: “I’ve never had [difficulties], my life is normal. I’m in full-on quarantine because this Covid is very aggressive, it’s lethal, so we’re scared. Spare me, God, from this damned illness.
“I’m being over twice as careful, I’ve been isolating for over a year and I only leave the house to sort out things that only I can do, such as banking.”
Claudinho has consistently ensured his condition didn’t keep him down. Indeed, even from the age of seven, he was resolved to make every second count. He figured out how to read and write at home with his mom as a youngster.
Even though his state of being can make things more troublesome, the Brazilian man has never face d a problem with seeing, breathing, eating, or drinking.
This inspirational human being who wasn’t expected to live first 24 hours has launched a DVD, written an autobiography, and has also been a motivational orator, doing speeches since 2000.
But due to the ongoing pandemic, he had to put his speeches on hold.
But, with the global pandemic taking its toll, Claudinho has had to put his speeches on hold.
He shared with the publication: “I’m missing it so much. I’ve got a speech in the municipality of Bezerra, in the state of Pernambuco, scheduled for 28 April. If the pandemic eases, we’ll go ahead.”
Claudinho wants to return to work after the pandemic eases. He chips in with a Christian instructive undertaking called ‘Alegra-te’, which helps vulnerable kids.
Brazilian man told neighborhood media: “I want to give my talks again and live for many years.”