Bright toddler becomes famous online after reciting states and capital

Bright toddler becomes famous online after reciting states and capital

- A baby has amazed many social media users after reciting Nigerian states and capital without help

- After the kid's performance, his mother commended him for his great act

- Many people who reacted to his video spoke about the toddler's brilliance

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A Nigerian kid has become the talk of the town after a short clip of him reciting the country's states and capital surfaced online.

In the video that has been watched by many on Instagram, the kid started off well to the amazement of many as he confidently looked into the camera.

Though he drooled through most of the states and their capital because his speech as a toddler is still at the development stage, his performance was nothing short of amazing.

After his performance, the kid was really pleased.
Photo source: Instagram/MediaGist

After his performance, the kid was really pleased. Photo source: Instagram/MediaGist
Source: UGC

After his recitation, his mother excitedly said:

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"That's my baby, clap for yourself. I love you!"

Watch the video below:

The clip went viral and people flocked to see the sweet video online. Capturing moments like this is so special and it is even more special when these moments are shared. Below are some of the reactions the baby's performance got from people on social medi:

adedoyinjokosenumi said:

"Nigeria future president by God’s grace. Well done boy."

emmerchocho said:

"Awesome..you can do better my love."

asuku1984 said:

"E get where they make her happy, like Enugu."

phemmy_101 said:

"Awnnn. Nice."

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that another little baby left many amazed as she trended on social media after she was caught on camera dancing to her mom’s bedtime lullaby.

The toddler’s mother, 27-year-old Chane Milner-Joseph, said that it is her routine to always sing to Chyla Rae before she sleeps.

When she discovered the 11-month-old baby was standing and dancing to her gentle lullaby, the woman was overjoyed.

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She filmed the video and posted it on Twitter, a short clip that has since grossed close to 2 million views. She said:

“I lay Chyla in her cot, ready for bed and put on lullabies which I do every night but one day she decided to get up and start dancing."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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