- Nigerian schoolgirl Success Adegor has opened up a year after she went viral on social media
- The little girl in a video sighted by Legit.ng claimed that all the promises to her family from well-meaning Nigerians were never fulfilled
- According to Success, her father is still an okada rider and he never got the job that was promised to him
- The little girl also claimed that her mum who got a job does not get paid on a regular basis
Delta-based school girl, Success Adegor, who went viral on social media in 2019 for being sent away from school has made some claims in a new video sighted by Legit.ng on Instagram.
In the video, the little girl was spotted with an unidentified lady who asked her if Nigerians made true their promises to change the lives of her family members after her story went viral in the online community.
However, the smart girl was quick to note that most people who promised heaven and earth to her family never fulfilled their promises to them.
Little Success tagged them as ‘promise and fail’ as she claimed that everyone who visited their house at the time did not give them what was promised.
The young girl said the same individuals posted their promises on social media and gave the impression that her family has become rich from everything that was given to them.
Speaking on the promise of a better job for her father, Success claimed that her dad still works as an okada rider and was never given any job.
She added that her mother who was given a job does not get paid on a regular basis.
The little girl also claimed that the scholarship that was given to her only covers primary 4-6 contrary to what people were made to believe.
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Watch the clip below:
Recall that Legit.ng reported that Success bagged an ambassadorial deal in 2019 with a Dubai-based company after she went viral on social media.
Success was signed as a child education ambassador. The smart kid was escorted by her mum and a family member as they signed the deal with a company reportedly owned by one time Miss Nollywood Culture and Tourism Nigeria.
Photos and videos from the signing event were also posted on social media.
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