Danish aid worker shares adorable photos of little boy she adopted

Danish aid worker shares adorable photos of little boy she adopted

- It could be recalled that in 2016, a young boy was left to die after being tagged a witch in a village in Akwa Ibom.

- However, his hopes were not dashed as he was rescued by a kindhearted Danish aid worker.

- The little boy is prospering and living happily with his adoptive mother

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The Danish woman who was identified as Anja Ringgren Lovén found the boy and decided to care for him as if he is her son. The little boy soon recovered and Lovén enrolled him into a good school.

Two years after, Lovén on Saturday, May 26, took to her Facebook profile to share a video of the boy she named Hope as he returned from school with the caption: “Everyday when Hope is back from school he will walk like if he was the king of the world !! Serious boss attitude.

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Lovén also shared a loved up picture of her with Hope on Instagram with the caption: “Hope. When I carried this fine little gentleman in my arms for the first time he was dying and I was sure he would not survive. Today he is the most healthy, strong, intelligent, loving and beautiful boy.

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