Reverend gives scholarship to boy who went viral for 'angelic' voice

Reverend gives scholarship to boy who went viral for 'angelic' voice

- Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi awarded a scholarship to a little boy with a beautiful voice

- The little boy had gone viral after a video of him singing with a beautiful voice surfaced online

- Esther Ajayi gave the scholarship to Ayomide at the celebration of Comforter 2019 in her church

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Remember the little boy with an angelic voice, Ayomide? Briefly.co.za had reported that Ayomide was spotted singing Gospel singer Tope Alabi's song on the street while he was selling oranges and groundnuts.

The orange-seller's voice has taken him to great heights after he was awarded a scholarship. Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi, the founder of Love of Christ Generation Church, awarded the scholarship to Ayomide.

Reverend Ajayi, also known as Iya Adura, gave Ayomide the scholarship at the celebration of Comforter 2019 in her church.

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Reverend Esther Ajayi

Reverend Esther Ajayi gives scholarship to boy who went viral for his 'angelic' voice Source: ER TVNEW
Source: UGC

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The female cleric revealed that her foundation would give Ayomide life-changing opportunities. She said his school would be changed to a private school, and he would be given a specialist voice trainer.

Iya Adura also stated that Ayomide would have a studio album before the end of the year.

Reverend Esther Ajayi

Iya Adura said Ayomide would have voice training and produce a studio album before the end of the year Source: ER TVNEW
Source: UGC

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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