Justice was born on March 24, 2007. His mother died shortly after his birth. The hospital did not have any information regarding other family members so he was taken to the welfare dept who brought him to us. We welcomed Justice here at TOA on July 13, 2007. Three months after Justice arrived with us his father contacted the welfare dept and asked to see his son. We were asked to give him visiting privileges but he has not been allowed custody of his son. Justice’s father works independently selling alcohol that he makes himself, also known as “local brew”. The welfare dept does not want Justice living with his father until they see that he is willing to change his lifestyle and at this time he has shown no signs of change.
Justice tested positive for HIV on September 26, 2007. Physically he is doing well enough that his body does not require anti-retro medications at this time. His body is not as strong and developed as our other babies, but he is growing and eating. Justice requires extra attention and because of the HIV he often has other physical challenges.
Justice may be small but he has a big beautiful smile that blesses everyone here. He is a sweet baby and we know that God has a good plan for His life and we continue to pray for God’s healing touch over him.