- A Nigerian boy named Mubarak Yusuf has won many fans on TikTok after a video showed him debating fiercely
- In the short clip, Mubarak who is learning to be a mechanic spoke so perfectly using the English language
- Mubarak's performance got TikTokers asking why he is learning to be a mechanic instead of being in school
Numerous TikTokers have fallen in love with a little boy named Mubarak Yusuf due to his brilliance.
It all started after @ayofeliberato posted a video of Mubarak while he was debating fiercely about reading.
His delivery in fluent English language got many of his admirers asking who he is.
Mubarak who is learning to be a mechanic debated in favour of day reading.
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He made the valiant point that night reading makes students sleep in class when in school.
Watch the video below:
Why is Mubarak not in school?
After watching the interesting video, many TikTokers started asking why the kid is not in school.
They want to know why he is learning to be a mechanic instead of studying in class.
It could not be confirmed if the boy is out of school or if the mechanic work is just part of what he does on weekends or holidays.
@bhadboi Nel$ said:
"These are children peter obi will empower."
"Please this post needs to go viral."
"Why is he learning mechanics."
"God bless you boy. I'm proud of you for this."
"Good God bless all the talents in Nigeria."
@Sammy Osaretinmwen Uwaifo said:
"What a great genius in the making."
"Oh my, this talent is wasting. God send helper to this boy."
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@Kazeem Adigun commented:
"Wonderful. Where is this boy?"
"This boy must get to continue school please."
"He needs to be on scholarship!"
Wasilat enrolled into boarding school
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian family took the responsibility of paying the school fees of a brilliant girl named Wasilat.
The girl was seen crying during her graduation in Ibadan because she knew she would not continue school.
But help located her and she was later enrolled into a boarding school.