- Emmanuella Mayaki is an 11-year-old girl who has recently shown that being a child is not an impediment to success
- Despite her young age, Emmanuella has built an Information Communication Technology academy in Abuja to transfer the knowledge she has in the industry to other kids
- Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and his wife, Professor Idia Ize-Iyamu, attended the commissioning
An 11-year-old girl identified as Emmanuella Mayaki has built an ICT academy in Abuja to train other kids.
The commissioning of Emma ICT Academy-CodeKid was attended by a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and his wife, Professor Idia Ize-Iyamu.
Professor Idia, who made the disclosure on her Twitter page, said the young girl is a guru in ICT who intends to transfer her knowledge to other kids.
The young girl is the daughter of John Mayaki, the founder of Coalition for Good Governance and Economic Justice in Africa.
Professor Idia wrote:
"My husband, @PastorIzeIyamu & I attended the official opening of Emma ICT Academy-CodeKid, in Abuja. Emma ICT Academy is set up by 11yrs old Emmanuella Mayaki, daughter of prolific writer, @_johnmayaki, who is an ICT guru. She intends to transfer her ICT knowledge to other kids."
In other news, kid comedian, Emmanuella, put a smile on her mother's face after she built a house befitting her.
Capturing her gift to her mum, 10-year-old Emmanuella noted that she built the house specifically for her mother's supportive and prayerful role in her career.
According to her, mum wanted a portable house and that is exactly what she gifted her while she promised to complete a bigger one - a mansion - by the year 2021.
Emmanuella also cracked a joke about her mom's spiritual status as she promised that the mansion she will build for her next year will not make them go to hell. This is the perfect example of a daughter doing the most for her momma because she knows what her mother had to sacrifice to raise her. Her caption reads:
"I built this for you mom. For all the prayers, all the encouragement and support. Mummy I know you said you want a portable house and this is it!"
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