- Davido's daughter Imade Adeleke says children do not judge one another on the basis of their skin colour
- The little girl condemns racism, saying her generation does not want any part of it
- Taking to her Instagram page on Friday, June 12, Imade says racism is taught
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Davido's daughter Imade Adeleke has condemned racism around the world, saying it is an evil her generation does not want any part of.
The little girl, who made the condemnation on her Instagram page, said children do not judge one another on the basis of their skin colour.
She wrote: "Children don't judge one another on the basis on their skin colour. Racism is taught. Hatred is taught. It is an evil my generation wants no part of."
In other news, an 18-year-old boy identified as Antonio Gwynn Jr has been rewarded with a car and a college scholarship after spending 10 hours to clean up a street in Buffalo, New York.
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Bailey Avenue in Buffalo was covered in glass and garbage after protests occasioned by George Floyd's death.
An organised group of neighbours arrived later to start cleaning up and realised that the teenager had already done most of the work.
Matt Block was impressed when he heard Gwynn's story and he decided to give him his prized 2004 red Mustang convertible.
After learning of Block's gift, a local businessman named Bob Briceland decided to extend a year of free auto insurance coverage through his insurance agency.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the 6-year-old daughter of George Floyd who passed on when a white police officer knelt on his neck until he stopped breathing had received university scholarship.
In a post sighted by Legit.ng on the official Facebook page of the Texas Southern University, it was categorically stated that the university had decided to honour the memory of George Floyd with the gesture.
On the day George Floyd was laid to rest, Texas Southern University announced it would give a full scholarship to his daughter.
"TSU's Board of Regents, with its foundation board, has approved a fund to provide a full scholarship for Floyd's beloved daughter, Gianna," the statement said.
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