Luck smiles on boy who went viral for dancing, gets full scholarship

Luck smiles on boy who went viral for dancing, gets full scholarship

- Fade Ogunro, a Nigerian woman, has given a full scholarship to a young boy whose dancing got everyone talking online

- The Nigerian said that he would pay for the boy's education to the university level

- Fade also added that the smiles of the boy are amazing

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A Nigerian woman, Fade Ogunro, has given hope to a young boy whose dancing video went viral days ago.

In the video that has been watched over 14 million times, the boy could be seen making amazing lines in the rain on a very wet floor.

On Wednesday, June 24, Fade said he would sponsor the boy’s education until he finishes university. Weeks later on Wednesday, July 8, the Nigerian shared a snapshot of the boy and another that she pledged to sponsor in school.

She said that their smile gives her great joy as she prayed that they will fulfill their life’s dream.

This was her earlier tweet:

Below is her current tweet on the boy:

A collage of the boy making composing fine lines under the rain. Photo source: Twitter/Black With No Chaser

A collage of the boy making composing fine lines under the rain. Photo source: Twitter/Black With No Chaser
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Adeyeye Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife, has adopted as his own a 17-year-old boy who artistically drew his portrait with just a pencil.

In a post he made on Thursday, June 26, the monarch said that he would pay the boy’s tuition fee up to the university level and give him a job when he graduates.

“I got tagged on Twitter a few months back from a young man who made a brilliant pencil drawing of myself, in my appreciation for his art I invited him to my palace,” Ooni said.

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The monarch added that it is a fact that if all work together irrespective of their social status, there will be access to socio-economic opportunities for all.

Ooni of Ife said when he met Samuel's mother, a corn seller, she demonstrated an “incredible heart of motherhood”.

He said helping the artist is part of his plan to help young Nigerians in achieving great heights in life.

Oba Adeyeye said that he would continue to render such help to those who need it whenever he comes across them.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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