Incredible before and after transformation of four men three years after quitting drugs (Photos)

Incredible before and after transformation of four men three years after quitting drugs (Photos)

Four men have stunned netizens with their incredible transformation three years after quitting drugs.

Blessings Ramoba, President and CEO of the Mining Forum of South Africa, shared a photo of the young men as addicts alongside photos of the three years after quitting drugs.

Netizens, however, reacted positively to their remarkable transformation.

Incredible before and after transformation of four men three years after quitting drugs (Photos)

Incredible before and after transformation of four men three years after quitting drugs (Photos)

Incredible before and after transformation of four men three years after quitting drugs (Photos)

A while ago, a Nigerian lady identified as Sandra celebrated one year of sobriety and she took to her social media page to express gratitude to God for helping her achieve the feat.

According to Sandra, she began smoking occasionally during parties or lunch dates before she turned into a chronic smoker.

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Sandra revealed via a short TikTok video, how she did all manner of atrocities which she isn’t proud of. She said at a time, the drugs had an adverse effect on her physical appearance as her skin began to break out and her eyes became distorted.

Sandra decided to quit that lifestyle after a near-death experience, she also found God and she’d remained sober for a year now.

In other news, a 38-year-old man, Ebuka Enuma, was arraigned before a Yaba magistrate court in Lagos on Tuesday, May 31 for allegedly being in possession of a human skull.

It’s gathered that suspect who lives in the Bariga area of Lagos, stole the skull after he broke into Amukoko Cemetery and excavated an old grave on May 13.

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Prosecution Counsel, ASP Rita Momah said Enuma was nabbed while trying to leave the cemetery.

The offence, she said, contravenes the provisions of Section 238 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015 (Revised).

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