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Kenny Needs Your Support

On March 23, 2014, Kenny Oramasionwu suffered a devastating spinal cord injury at his C4 and C5 vertebrae that resulted from a car accident in Savannah, Georgia. The outcome: Kenny became a quadriplegic with no use of his legs and limited use of his hands. He was moved to the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, a hospital specializing in spinal cord injuries. Kenny spent three months in-patient and one month in their Day Program rehabilitative therapy.

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June 7, 2017

June 3, 2017, was Graduation Day!!!

Kenny did it! Graduated Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA), from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Atlanta!

Thank you all for your continued support. All praise to God.

November 8, 2016

Senior Year!!!
Kenny will be graduating college in Spring 2017, by the special grace of God.

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March 17, 2015

Kenny, one of my favorite Bible stories is in the Gospel of John Chapter 9, about the man who was blind from birth. Many things happen, many of them pleasant, others puzzle us, "but that the works of God should be revealed in" somebody. Kenny, the Lord saved your life that His works should be revealed in you. The song writer has it this way, "The bud may have a bitter taste. But sweet will be the flower". Stay in God's love, that counts more than anything else.

Your unkl, Ebube Odunukwe

February 17, 2015

Hi Kenny, our prayers remain with you and yours at this time. May the Lord lift the countenance of his face upon you and favour you in all your endeavours.

Chinenye & Chidozie Anaedu

January 30, 2015

Hello Kenny, our prayers are with you always and we're confident the Good Lord remains with you and keep will keep you stronger everyday...

The Ogunsanya Family

January 3, 2015

Kenny, We are all pulling for you.Word has gone out to your extended family and friends of the family.Help is on the way! Our Lord that wrought miracles and saved you early on will finish what He started. Amen.

Ezekwesili Okonkwo