- An 11-year-old boy whose parents abandoned him, and left him to sleep on the street for days has found help from a Nigerian in diaspora.
- This happened after Dele Momodu, whose attention was brought to the boy’s plight, put him in an orphanage home.
- Hours after he posted about the boy, a good Samaritan reached out from the US, wanting to sponsor the kid’s education.
A Nigerian statesman and owner of Ovation, Dele Momodu, shared photos of an 11-year-old boy on his Instagram page. after a person reached out to him on the kid’s behalf.
According to the person, the boy’s parents abandoned him. His mother, who wanted to go into prostitution, saw him as baggage to her profession.
For days, the boy slept on the street and in uncompleted buildings without hope. After Momodu shared his story, helpers came, and his life changed.
The Ovation magazine boss said a person all the way from America agreed to sponsor the kid’s education.
Hours after his initial post, he shared a transformation photo of the boy and how his life is changing with the help coming for him. Before the sponsorship came, Momodu immediately placed the boy in an orphanage home.
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“God keep blessing you Sir, thanks for thinking.”
“Uncle D, I’m not surprised with this. Humanity first is your second name.”
“He will definitely grow to fulfill that glory and destiny in him. God bless you sir.”
“Lucky child. God bless Chief Monody, the person who contacted you and the orphanage proprietor. Thank you for your charity work. Account number is noted for action.”
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