- The governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has met the boy, Oreofeoluwa, who went viral after telling his mom to calm down
- It should be noted that Sanwo-Olu said he was going to meet him after he critically reviewed the happening in the clip
- At the meeting, the boy wore a T-shirt that read Mommy Calm Down
When a person's story is about to change for good, even the most everyday thing would seem so special. The same can be said of the boy, Oreofeoluwa Lawal-Babalola, who told his mom to calm down in the fear that he was about to be caned by her.
In the said video, he appealed to her with tears in his eyes as his mom said he would be punished this time around for the wrong he has been repeatedly told not to do.
In a hilarious show of remorse, the kid asked his mom to give him "a last chance" as he demonstrated to her how she can practice calming down by sitting.
As soon as the video hit the internet, it stirred conversations as people had different things to say about parenting.
Days after, Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, analysed the video, drawing relatable lessons from it as he said he would like to meet the boy.
The governor has finally fulfilled that promise as he met the kid. Photos of the boy show him smiling as Sanwo-Olu held his hands and also carried him.
See the photos of their meeting below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the wife of Kwara state governor, Olufolake Abdulrasaq, came to the rescue of Kaosara, her sister and mom Risikat, who all have blue eyes.
Following the viral news about the family who was abandoned by their father because of the eyes' colour, the First Lady of the state said she has contacted them through her NGO called Ajike People Support Centre.
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Olufolake did not only stop at offering to help them, she added that she would also work on "possibly" reuniting the woman with her husband.
She tweeted: "The First Lady of Kwara State has been in touch with the family through the @Ajike_Centre. We're also doing everything to support Mrs Risikat and her children and possibly unite the wife and the children with her husband."
Nigerians reacted to her offer for help in different ways as many wondered why she wanted to reunite them with the man that abandoned them.
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