Marwanijun, better known as the boy without eyes, lives a happy life. Since the boy was eight months old, he has been flashing light at his left eye socket.
Doctors in China discovered that Marwanijun has an eye under the skin of his left eye socket, but the area it too sensitive to be exposed.
The boy’s father, Madamihan, and mother, Salamu, both 26, took their son to a hospital in Urumqi, where they heard the news of their son’s left eye.
The boy’s parents were devastated when their son was born with only smooth skin in the sockets where his eyes should be.
He is eager to see light, and we pray everyday that he could see the light.
However, their small glimmer of hope faded away when experts at the Army 474 Hospital said that the baby could not undergo surgery because the eye has no lens. Even if the surgery exposed his left eye, he could not see anything.
Once Marwanijun reaches 16 years old, he could be suitable for artificial eye installation.
There are several reasons why people are born without eyes. Earlier this month, Lacey Buchanan psoted a video of her and her blind one-year-old son Christian. Christian suffers from tessier cleft.
In 2010, Taylor Garrison’s daughter, Brielle, was born with a rare condition that left her eye sockets completely empty of tissue.