- Three young Nigerian children have graduated from school after being rejected by their people for allegedly being witches
- The kids were rescued in 2016 by a foundation run by a Denmark lady identified as Anja Ringgren Lovén
- Anja who shared their story on her LinkedIn page said without education one is like a bird without wings
Three young kids have gone from being ostracised to recording academic milestones.
In 2016, a foundation Land of Hope led by a Denmark lady Anja Ringgren Lovén had rescued four kids - Gladys, Esther, Imoh and Ini who were rejected by their people after being tagged witches.
Recently, three of the kids completed their nursery and primary school education respectively.
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Anja Ringgren Lovén who shared the news on her LinkedIn page said she is proud to have shown that the kids are not actually witches.
While appreciating the kind-hearted individuals that have been supporting the cause of her foundation, Anja opined that education is what gives one wings to fly.
Land of Hope is a non-governmental foundation that is leading the charge to save thousands of kids being accused of witchcraft every year.
Social media reacts
Grace K. Dube said:
"Firstly we celebrate you for the marvelous work you are doing. May the Lord continue blessing you and a shout out the Esther and all the children that have graduated from nursery."
Sandeep Saurav Kumar commented:
"In India, we say children are the face of god because of their innocence,Witches are those who ignores such innocence."
Mogens Rye stated:
"Music to my ears.."
Nigerian man becomes the best in European university after 16 US and UK rejections
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian student had emerged as the best student in a European university after 16 rejections from US and UK institutions.
The man identified as Ifeanyi Obi shared on his LinkedIn page that he had finished his undergraduate studies in Nigeria with a 2.2.
Obi's result served as a bottleneck as all foreign applications he made to further his studies were turned down including the ones made to US, UK and Canada universities.
An undeterred Obi said he applied to study in another European university, in Cyprus precisely and succeeded.
He not only finished with a higher honour result but went on to become the best student of the year and also bagged a placement for PhD studies.