‘I tried entering bus to go home and about seven buses shunned me’ – Adebolu Adejobi
By Guardian Exclusive
10 August 2022 | 4:54 am
GuardianTV speaks with Adebolu Adejobi and his family about growing up and the challenges of living with Cerebreal Palsy.
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