Tsegereda Debrom is an Artist with Rare genetic condition

I have never felt like I am different from anyone else Growing up, I remember my family spoiling me extensively, especially my father. I do not think I can ever have enough words to describe how well my father took care of me. I have never felt that I was less than my siblings or anyone else, for that matter, except at those times when I saw the reaction of guests who came to visit us at home. I grew up knowing that I could do anything I put my mind to. I was born with impairment in my hands, so people wondered how I was going to be able to write. Sawa, a place where I made friends and made my way to college Of course, there were difficulties I had to go through, but Sawa is the place where I had a good experience and a good time. I was there to continue my education and take the Matriculation Exam, which I passed to study for a diploma in college. After graduation, I was assigned to the Ministry of Agriculture where I worked for a year. But all the same, I love to paint. I live in a small family house, and I am not always able to paint freely, but I do not let that prevent me from painting. But all the same, I love to paint. I live in a small family house, and I am not always able to paint freely, but I do not let that prevent me from painting.

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