Man Who Was Chased Out of School Because of His Proverbs Lands Movie Role, Nigerians Celebrate

Man Who Was Chased Out of School Because of His Proverbs Lands Movie Role, Nigerians Celebrate

  • A creative man, Oriogbade, who is very creative with Yoruba proverbs has seen help as Yomi Fabiyi, a Nollywood actor, found him
  • The popular Nigerian actor promised him a movie role as a way to help the man out of astute poverty
  • Many people on Instagram celebrated with Oriogbade for giving the man a good opportunity in life

Remember the Nigerian man whose story went viral days ago because of his prowess with Yoruba proverbs? His life is about to change in a big way.

In an earlier report, Oriogbade said that he was chased out of school because of one of the proverbs he submitted as an assignment which his teacher took offence in.

Yoruba proverbs in Nigeria/getting a movie role.
Many people celebrated Oriogbade's new blessing. Photo source: @theayoadams
Source: UGC

Fabiyi found Oriogbade

In the same report, he appealed to Nigerians for help, revealing that his children are out of school because of lack of money.

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After grace smiled on him, a Nollywood star, Yomi Fabiyi, offered him a movie role. When he made an Instagram post on Monday, September 5, he asked people to locate the man for him.

In another post on the same day, the actor who promised him a movie role said he has now got Oriogbade's contact.

Below are some reactions:

arikeportable said:

"God bless you always sir."

1dafubabs said:

"God bless you Yomex baba... At last."

funmineye said:

"Keep it up sir. Forward ever. God's abundant blessings."

qubash1 said:

"Oni bread toll gate to ni oun oni ri ogun asarape koya ni mu owo de le ni. That line."

abellee730 said:

"Keep the good work up sir God bless you."

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Man complains about job

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as John lamented bitterly over the low income he earns from welding. John said it took him four years to learn the job, yet he cannot make millions just like his friends.

The 25-year-old, who poured out his heart in an interview with Lucky Udu, said his friends delved into internet fraud (Yahoo) and have been making millions of naira.

Lucky lamented that it feels frustrating to be unable to live comfortably while your friends are making it big and buying cars.

Source: Legit.ng

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