My Luck in the Blind Girl is about a girl from a remote village who was very keen on education. Gifted both mentally and physically, she became the love of the village. She was also honest, respectful, and devoted to her Christian faith.
Suddenly, her life became twisted when an incident left her blind. But in blindness, she did not give up her purpose. Her desire for education remained high. She struggled to get a pair of glasses to aid her sight and went back to school. Though she came from a wretched home, she was determined to be educated. The threatening poverty did not deter her, even though it affected her siblings.
In another town, there lived a boy in a similar financial circumstance. The poverty his family faced was even worse than hers. The boy was brilliant, so much so that his parents were ready to go naked just to see him through his education. Yet they lived in abject poverty, a state of life that made the rest of the village stigmatize them.
The boy and the girl meet during registration after each earned admission into a polytechnic and a chance to rise above their circumstances. From that moment, his luck and hers are intertwined through the blessings of God and the worldly travails that threaten to come between them.