Ben Kingsley Nwashala, a kindhearted person who saved a 2-year-old girl who had been left by the side of the road in the Agbani neighborhood of Enugu State in June of this year, has posted a touching photo of the two of them together.
Nwashala revealed in June that the child was born by a mentally disturbed woman who typically resides in an Agbani market.
Nwashala published brand-new images of him and the infant child in a post on his Twitter account.
Bus Conductor Meets Billionaire Tony Elumelu
Adeoye Fawaz was homeless and looking for shelter beneath the Oshodi bridge in Lagos many months ago.
He gained popularity and people’s attention after winning a chess match, which piqued their interest in his miraculous survival.
Fawaz had the opportunity to socialize with Tony Elumelu, one of Nigeria’s billionaires, on November 26, a Saturday.
The tale of Adeoye Fawaz, a young Nigerian who abandoned his family to play chess as part of Tunde Onakoya’s Chess In Slum program. His fortune changed after the victory as more people became intrigued by his tale.
A few months ago, Tunde Onakoya’s Chess In Slum initiative held a chess match in which Fawaz came out on top. His fortune changed after the victory as more people became intrigued by his tale.
Fawaz met Tony Elumelu
On November 26, Tunde posted a picture of the youngster and Nigerian billionaire Tony Elumelu to Twitter. He stated:
“Just about a year ago, Fawaz was a bus conductor living under oshodi bridge, today he got to hang out with one of the coolest billionaires in the world. This is what dreams are made of.”
Reaction From Social Media Users;
@Th_collins07 said: “First of become a conductor then less than a year later, I’ll start hanging with billionaires, cool.”
@Dehbbie3 said:”About a year ago, all Fawaz wanted was Bread and ewa.”
@ThinqNaija said: The person who made this possible should be consulted on how to make Nigeria’s education functional. Mental and personality transformations are supposed to be the basic outcomes of education.
@uche_smallie said: “Wowww!! The transformation is really wonderful!!Big ups to you Tunde. I haven’t gotten my Santa gift yet.”
@FolorunsoAyoba3 said: “What God cannot do does not exist bro. God used you to change fawaz. I knew him under the Oshodi bridge.”