Ace Ghanaian actress Bibi Bright in a recent interview on the Delay Show said “Human beings are ‘manufactured goods’ and not God’s handiwork.” She also indicated that God’s creation is awesome and perfect without mistake, hence physically challenged persons cannot also be said to be products of God’s creation.
In response to this, a physically challenged student of the University of Ghana expressed her views on the actress’s comments, making it clear that birth happens before future occurrences like accidents or illness, and that all is beautiful in the sight of God.
Bibi Bright later replied in an awkward manner by saying; “Well, ask your mama what she was taking in when she was pregnant with you…”
LETTER TO BIBI BRIGHT – BY VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENT
Dear Bibi Bright,
I watched your interview with Delay few days ago and I wish to register my thoughts on the comments you made in distinguishing creation from birth. To begin with, you failed to recognize that birth or creation happens before future occurrences like accidents or even illness. A beautiful creation, or what you would like to call a manufactured good can encounter hurdles in life that can alter the initial appearance.
For instance, a girl’s face can be sprayed with acid by her boyfriend and her face would get disfigured. Or more, a boy could be involved in an accident and may have to get some part of his body cut off to save his life. even you, a beautiful actress can lose your beauty and charm if……… So please review your notes, madam. Speak for yourself as a manufactured good. All is beautiful before the sight of the ultimate creator.
Have you forgotten that the same God said he knew us before we were born? Surely, then there must have been some creation before birth. Even manufacturers design their models before actually moulding them. Tell me you don’t practice your lines before going on set and I’ll equally tell you that you are not a perfect actress. Bibi bright, if you respect the creation power of God, please leave him to be the ultimate judge of what is perfect. Signed: Nina Efedi Okoroafor Visually impaired student, University of Ghana
BIBI BRIGHT’S RESPONSE TO THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENT ON TWITTER:
You got some nerves to send me a message….. It’s my views if you don’t like it then keep your views to yourself!! Stay out of my dm’s…. Stay in your box brain and leave me to be in my open mind.. Never ever in your life dm me again! Thank you! And visually impaired? Well ask your mama what she was taking in when she was pregnant with you… There you have your answer! You left your number for? FOH!!