- A 12-year-old Nigerian boy, Kelvin, has been celebrated online after he a gave a confident football commentary
- In his analysis video, the kid spoke about the weaknesses of players in fine Pidgin English which amazed many people
- After an impressed stranger sent him some money, a new school bag and other things were bought for him
A 12-year-old Nigerian boy, Kelvin, who once went viral for his Pidgin English analysis of a match between Chelsea and Wolves has been rewarded handsomely.
In his commentary video, Kelvin spoke with much confidence as he was interviewed by the Football Fans Tribe.
Good Samaritan gave him money
Days after, the tribe revealed that following his viral video, a good Samaritan reached out to them and sent the 12-year-old boy some money.
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They revealed that they were able to get him a school bag, a phone and other things. The 12-year-old was also given a branded shirt.
Watch the video below (swipe):
Below is his analysis:
At the time of writing this report, the new update on the boy has gathered over 600 likes with some reactions.
Below are some of the comments:
"Someone once said here in the comment section that they would have covered the boys face, Lol how do you feel now seeing this boy getting favours from strangers? Shey them dey cover person face when e nor do bad."
"Nice work guys....God bless you."
"Whay are you getting a 12 year old boy phone for."
"Wow.... Nice. Oboy I like your shirt oo."
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Yobo's kids celebrate Nigeria's win
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a video showed kids of former Nigerian player, Joseph Yobo, celebrating as the country won against Egypt at the 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON).
During the match, one of the kids carried anointing oil and held it in front of the TV as the child made a mark of a cross when Egyptian players were in possession of the ball.
In the video shared on Instagram by the mum, Adaeze, immediately the referee blew the final whistle, both the boy and the girl jumped in great excitement as they celebrated.