- A kind-hearted Nigerian man, Tunde Onakoya, has changed the life of a young boy for good and people praised him for it
- Almost a year after he adopted the child, he enrolled him in school, giving him a better opportunity to succeed in life
- Many Nigerians who reacted to his act of love prayed for Tunde; wishing him the very best in all he does
A young Nigerian man, Tunde Onakoya, and the convener of Chess in the Slum initiative has come online to narrate how he helped a young boy off the street.
Tunde said he met the boy when he was picking scrap from the floor in a slum in Ikorodu. The child has been living with him ever since.
Tunde changed his life
On Monday, January 10, the man shared a recent photo alongside his throwback snap to show that the boy has been enrolled in school.
Do you have a groundbreaking story you would like us to publish? Please reach us through firstname.lastname@example.org!
His transformation photo has the boy wearing a shiny haircut with a big smile and a schoolbag.
Tunde also shared photos of the boy's former home. On the first day of the boy's school, the kind man sent a note to his teacher, describing how special the boy is.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions to his post below:
"It's the eyes. There is a light there now. God bless you."
"May you always be safe, God's protection always."
"@Tunde_OD, an angel got missing in Heaven only to be found in Nigeria. God bless you bro."
"The change in his face n happiness kn his eyes man, God bless you."
"God bless you man."
The same man put smiles on many's faces
Apostle Suleman gifts his cook house, woman breaks down in tears during service, video stirs reactions
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tunde in a new series of posts on social media narrated how he spread love.
In another story, he also spoke about how he engaged the service of a bus conductor as the chief security man to ensure calm throughout the period of the chess competition that was held.
The man named Femi did a fantastic job in that regard and social media users praised him when his photo surfaced online.