- Nigerian lady who recorded video of school girl complaining about her absence from class gets N2 million gift
- The lady had recorded 7-year-old Success complaining about her teachers for chasing her out of school over unpaid fees
- Success became a sensation after her video went viral, and Nigerians began to give her family money
Legit.ng had reported that Stephanie Idolor, the lady who recorded video of 7-year-old Success complaining about her school, had demanded her own share of the money that was given to Success and her family.
Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin, the head pastor of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, has given Idolor a N2 million gift on Sunday, March 31.
Little Success was filmed complaining about her teachers after she was chased out of school over unpaid school fees. The little girl had noted that she would rather be flogged than miss her classes.
This behaviour moved many Nigerians who believed that the girl's education should be financed since she desperately wants to learn. Nigerians donated over N5 million to Success' family.
After Idolor's lament over her own share of the money, she also received helped from many Nigerians who believed that Success would not have been a sensation that moved Nigerians if Idolor did not film.
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In a recent development, Idolor had received the N2,000,000 in Warri, Delta state. The photos of the moment she received her cash were shared by Twitter user Benny Umoren.
She wrote: "The girl who videotaped Success has been gifted N2,000,000,00 by Pastor Jeremiah today in Warri. A close mouth is a close destiny. She shouted and got her share. We move!"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a Sapele-based man had called Stephanie scam for demanding her share out of the money that was given to Success and her parents after the school drama went viral online due to a video recorded by Stephanie.
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