- A Nigerian girl, Muthmohina, has been celebrated online after she emerged winner at a Christmas funfair and got a plot of land
- People took to the comment section of Oriyomi Hamzat to shower praise on the girl and those behind the party
- Photos of the lucky kid and her family members have gone viral on the internet with thousands of comments
A little Nigerian girl, Muthmohina, has made her family very happy as she came first in a Christmas competition and funfair organised by Agidigbo FM.
Sharing photos of the lucky girl and her family members, Oriyomi Hamzat, a Nigerian journalist, revealed she won a plot of land.
What a lucky kid
The Muslim kid in hijab looked confidently into the camera as a woman believed to be her mother posed beside her.
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Many Nigerians have showered praises on the child and the organiser of the competition.
See her photos below:
She made many happy
At the time of writing this report, the story on Facebook has had more than 2,000 comments with thousands of likes. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Tiamiyu Wasiu Abiodun said:
"Congratulations to her and may God bless Mr Oriyomj Amusat."
Lameed Temmylade Gold said:
"Thanks so much Agidigbo And alhaji may God almighty bless all the children that came out of you and i appreciate all your prayers too Alhaji oriyomi all your children shall be great in life."
Adeife M. Awosusi said:
"This is what they call Christmas fun fair. More blessing sir."
Ricky Castro said:
"You are absolutely an amazing person God bless you Amen."
Dunni Olaitan said:
Congratulations lil princess and her parents....more blessings Alhaji oriyomi."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Faith Odunsi, 15, made Nigeria proud as she emerged the winner of the Global Open Mathematics Tournament, an international competition with participants from Europe, Africa, America, Asia and Australia.
Faith, an SS3 student from Ijebu in Ogun state shared her experience winning the global competition in an interview.
She told the newspaper that winning the "tough competition" made her happy and honoured. Faith narrated how she excelled in different stages of the contest to emerge the overall winner.