Nollywood Actor Seeks Help For Poor Orphan Boy
Recall the young orphan who had 12 As in his termly exams and was helped by a generous man to train him in school.
A Nollywood actor identified as Emmanuel Ibikunle is seeking help for 11-year-old Ogabo Isaiah who scored 12 A’s in his school exam.
The 11-year-old got 12 A’s in his primary school exam. Nollywood actor, Emmanuel Ibikunle, shared the lad’s picture and the result on LinkedIn with some heart-touching details about the kid’s life.
Emmanuel revealed that the primary 3 pupil of Kings Nursery and Primary School Okpoga, Benue state lost his mother to excessive bleeding shortly after his childbirth.
His father then abandoned him in the care of his mother’s mum who would later pass away.
According to the actor, Isaiah was on the verge of quitting school due to a paucity of funds before one Hon Smith Akom Takema offered him a primary school scholarship.
Emmanuel believes Isaiah deserves a university-level scholarship and called on netizens to help.
Meet a young orphan from Benue State, Nigeria🇳🇬 who had 12 straight ‘A’s in his exam. Ogabo Isaiah is a less privileged child, yet, a very brilliant primary 3 pupil of Kings Nursery and Primary School Okpoga, Benue state. He lost his mother due to excessive bleeding after his delivery and the father abandoned him with his grandmother who past away sometime ago, he is currently staying with his aunt who finds it difficult to pay his school fees hence she is a peasant farmer. He was on his way to dropping out of school, due to the paucity of funds and negligence from his father, when he received a scholarship for the rest of his primary school education (all thanks to Hon. Smith Akom Takema). This boy’s story should get to the relevant office. He needs to be sponsored till University Level! Check out his results in the comment section.
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