Fatimat Timbo is the Most Beautiful Nigerian Dwarf in Nigeria, she Graduated With First Class Degree

She has to suffer in pains for long before she made a turn-around in 2017. She vowed that she wouldn't allow anybody to bully and humiliate her again.

She accepted her condition wholeheartedly and decided to make something out of it.

She began to have the opinion that dwarfs are not cognitively delayed or impaired. And that there is ABILITY is every DISABILITY.

She stood up for herself, she graduated from the institution of higher learning last year with a first-class degree certificate.

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She became a popular Instagram model, who also models for big companies and making money for herself despite what people see her as. She is now very successful in life, she has gathered a large fan base all to herself.

You may also what to know the following

What does dwarf mean?

Dwarf a person of abnormally small stature owing to a pathological condition, especially one suffering from cretinism or some other disease that produces disproportion or deformation of features and limbs.

what causes dwarfism in humans?

Causes of proportionate dwarfism include metabolic and hormonal disorders such as growth hormone deficiency. The most common types of dwarfism, known as skeletal dysplasias, are genetic.

Permit me to introduce to you Miss Fatima Timbo, a 22-year-old lady born with dwarfism in her. She is just 4ft tall. She was widely bullied by her mates and others in general because of her condition.

Skeletal dysplasias are conditions of abnormal bone growth that cause disproportionate dwarfism.

How does dwarfism affect the body?

The characteristic features of the skull, spine, and limbs shared by most forms of disproportionate dwarfism result in some common problems: Delays in motor skills development, such as sitting up, crawling, and walking.

Frequent ear infections and risk of hearing loss. Bowing of the legs.

How early can you detect Dwarfism?

Doctors can diagnose some types of dwarfism earlier in pregnancy. Others aren't diagnosed until the first few months or years of life when a child's growth slows.

If a child may have dwarfism caused by skeletal dysplasia, X-rays after birth can see if and how the bones are shaped differently.

Can dwarfism be cured?

Currently, there is no cure for dwarfism. A person is considered to have dwarfism if he or she is 4-feet, 10-inches, or shorter in adulthood.

In one sentence, what can you say about Fatima, the dwarf who is a graduate with first class?

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