- A boy who went viral for eating fufu on his 'Our Day' has been identified as Daniel of Nkwatapong D/A School in the Ashanti Region
- Daniel was found after a search by a good Samaritan who offered to sponsor the needy boy through school
- After Daniel was found, the man has indicated that another friend is willing to relocate the boy to Canada
Luck has smiled on an underprivileged schoolboy who went viral on social media with his 'Our Day' photo.
The boy, identified as Daniel, was spotted in the viral photo eating fufu during his school's 'Our Day' celebrations.
Being an unusual choice of food for such occasions, Daniel's photo caught the attention and started to trend online.
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Amid the trend, a man on social media decided to offer some help to Daniel and thus asked social media users to help locate him.
A good Samaritan, Wendy Boatemaa Ofori, has helped to locate the little boy. According to Ofori, Daniel is a pupil of the Nkwantapong D/A Primary School which is located in the Bosome Freho District in the Ashanti Region.
After finding him, Ofori revealed that the boy's mother is mentally unstable while his father is deceased.
Ofori travelled to Daniel's village to meet the boy's family and shared a photo.
After the boy was found, Owusu Afriyie, the man who promised to sponsor Daniel's education to college level has revealed that another man was willing to adopt Daniel.
According to him, the man has offered to adopt Daniel and relocate him to Canada.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Yoruba kid made many proud online as she deployed her "baby language" into singing about her culture in a clip shared by a Yoruba monarch, Olajuwon Adelokun.
Dressed in traditional attire with a befitting headgear, the girl sang about being born in Ibadan, calling on God to keep protecting the land.
As she sang in an almost indistinguishable pretty voice, she rocked her body gently to the rhythm of the song. It would have been more beautiful if talking drums accompanied her performance.