For Frank Arenyeka, the journey in disability is not an easy task but something that could be turned to a blessing in the society if adequate measures were put in place. He narrated his ordeal at when a Rotary Youth Exchange returnee from Germany was briefing members of the Rotary Club of Agege.
According to him, his son had been infected with polio in 1986 when he was two years old. He hinted that his son had felt ill and was running temperature when his wife decided to take him to the hospital.
“The first thing they gave him instead of running a test to know his ailment was injection, and that instantly paralyses his body from the west downward.