- A kindhearted Nigerian man, Dayo Israel, has changed the life of a little boy who used to sell orange
- Luck smiled on the young boy four years ago when he attended Dayo's concert in Ebute Metta area of Lagos
- His benefactor adopted and gave him a scholarship; today, he is a dancing superstar who has met with influential people in the country
A Nigerian man identified as Dayo Israel has been hailed on social media for changing the life of an orange seller whom he adopted four years ago.
Dayo took to his LinkedIn page to share before and after photos of the young boy named Ayo who has now become a dancing superstar.
According to Dayo, the boy came to his concert in Ebute Metta area of Lagos to sell orange four years ago. He was given a scholarship after being adopted.
Sharing the photos, Dayo wrote:
"4 years ago, Ayo came to my concert in Ebute- Metta to sell Orange, we adopted him and gave him a Schorlaship to the Glory of God. Today, he has met the President, Governors and is a dancing superstar. That’s what God does for us. He takes our mess, adopts us and transform us into his Marvelous light. Have a great weekend. #foragreaterlagos."
LinkedIn users were impressed with the kind gesture and soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Oluseyi Akerele said:
"This is so amazing! Great work sir. God bless your ministry."
Sharon Ukoh wrote:
"Congratulations Ayo. Your path has been defined by God. God bless and reward you Mr. Dayo. Ayo keep being subm*ssive and obedient. You will go places."
James Taiwo F. commented:
"Yes, exactly what Christ did for us all! Thanks for touching a life! God bless you too."
Tunde Michael said:
"You are doing a good work."
In similar news, Briefly News reported that a Nigerian man identified as Isaac Utere inspired the social media community with the kind gesture he extended towards a little boy who was making a living on the street.
He said he was driving when he saw the young boy pass by with his windscreen wiper. According to him, his resemblance with one of his kids caught his attention and he decided to stop the boy.
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