Angel-voiced orange seller receives R20 000 from US based policeman

Angel-voiced orange seller receives R20 000 from US based policeman

Luck cannot stop smiling upon gifted orange seller Ayomide Adeoyelu. The young boy who rose to fame after he was spotted singing in the streets has received his second major donation.

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A US based African policeman announced on Instagram he had put together some money from his savings and sent it to the singing wonder.

Oshiyoye Olusegun, the kind law enforcement official said he wanted his donation to fund part of Ayomide's education.

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A happy and grateful Ayomide shared a video in appreciation of the kind officer after learning another guardian angel decided to bless him.

"You are very welcome my brother... May the grace that located you continue to abide with you," the officer wrote.

Before this random act of kindness, Ayomide had been awarded a fully paid scholarship by a self-declared evangelist.

Esther Ajayi who also refers to herself as a prophetess promised to propel the boy's talent to greater heights.

Apparently, by the end of 2019, Ayomide will have recorded an album.

The young boy became an instant sensation when a video of himself singing a gospel song surfaced on the internet.

As people viewed the video, they could not help but admit Ayomide had a voice of an angel.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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