- Demola, the adopted son of Williams Uchemba, appears to have moved in with him
- In a recent video and photo shared on the actor and humanitarian's page, Demola is seen playing basketball with him
- Uchemba had a few days ago announced he was adopting Demola after he met him working as an apprentice at a furniture shop
Nollywood actor and humanitarian, Williams Uchemba, is keeping to his words following his decision to adopt 18-year-old Demola.
Judging by his recent posts shared to his Instagram page, it appears Demola has moved in with him and is settling in nicely.
In the video shared, Uchemba is seen shooting some hoops with the young man whom he met working at a furniture shop, and was moved by his intelligence.
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Sharing the video, Williams Uchemba used the opportunity to reveal that he was challenged by comedian AY to a game of basketball.
"I just woke up and was informed that a certain young man by the name @aycomedian wants to play me. Anyways thank God I don’t have respect," he wrote.
See the video below as shared by the actor:
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The actor's selfless acts are not new to Nigerians.
Adopting Demola comes not long after he put smiles on the face of a poor Nigerian family by blessing them with a new house. The actor took to his social media page to show off the family and their two daughters in their new abode.
Narrating how he came across the family, the film star who is known for his philanthropic works, said he was going about his selfless duty at a slum one day when he came across two female children in a shack under a mast.
According to him, he was touched when he saw the girls reading under the unbearable condition, so, he decided to alleviate their position.
Taking to his official Instagram page, Williams shared a video of the family in their new house. The video also showed the family's former home and the poor condition they lived in.
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