- A Nigerian woman has criticised one of the new photos of Kaosarat and her family
- In her comment on Twitter, she said it is sad the family had to do away with their hijabs
- Many Nigerians have since shown her why her comment could be faulty
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Social media has not only been driving changes around the world, it has in many ways changed people's social status after posts about them go viral.
The latest in the line of people whose lives have gone from worse to a better state than they would never have imagined possible is Risikat and her beautiful children Kaosarat and Hassanat.
An earlier report about them revealed how their dad abandoned them because of their blue eyes, leaving poor Risikat to fend for the kids.
When their photos hit the internet, many took compassion on them, wondering why a man would abandon such a family.
The wife of Kwara state governor, Olufolake Abdulrasaq, offered a helping hand to the Ilorin-based family, saying she would reach out to them through her NGO, Ajike People Support Centre.
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."
A Nigerian woman with the handle @DuchessofKanta has, however, taken another perspective on the family's transformation pictures that trended days ago.
She said that she really feels bad that the family had to appear without their hijabs in one of their new beautiful pictures which many Nigerians hailed as a marker of a changed life for them.
The woman subtweeted the original tweet of their pictures on Twitter and said: "It hurt me that they had to lose the hijabs for this pic."
See her tweet below:
The post got diverse reactions from many as they picked holes in her tweet:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that luck keeps smiling on an 11-year-old Nigerian kid, Anthony Mmesoma Madu, who went viral after the clip showing him dancing ballet in the rain surfaced online.
Anthony's new fame has become one that keeps bringing good tidings. An American TV station NBC did an exclusive on him as they talked about how he got a scholarship from American Ballet Theatre.
When he was asked how ballet dancing makes him feel, he said: "It makes me feel strong and happy when I am dancing." The dance maestro also said that he sees a future where he would be a professional dancer when he grows up.
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