US-based Nigerian gives N500k to talented 'orange seller' with angelic voice

US-based Nigerian gives N500k to talented 'orange seller' with angelic voice

- Viral internet sensation Ayomide has been gifted the sum of N500,000 by a US-based Nigerian man

- According to reports, the law enforcement officer gave Ayomide the money for the purpose of supporting his education

- The young boy who became popular after many heard his angelic voice thanked his benefactor for the gift recently shared the story of a young orange seller, who came into limelight after a video of him singing with an angelic voice went viral.

Ever since then, the kid singer has been in the public eye and has earned a lot of favour from many.

Recently, a Nigerian man who is a police officer in the US identified on Instagram as @oshiyoyeolusegun gifted Ayomide a sum of N500,000 (GHc 7,400). This money was reportedly given for the purpose of supporting Ayo's education.

Grateful for this gift, Ayomide shared a video to appreciate the law enforcement officer. In the video, the singer sang a song of gratitude to show his immense appreciation.

US-based Nigerian policeman gives N500k to talented 'orange seller' with angelic voice (video)

Ayomide and Oshiyoye Olusegun Source: Talentedayomide; Oshiyoyeolusegun/Instagram
Source: UGC

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Upon seeing Ayomide's post, the US-based Nigerian reposted the video and replied Ayo in a caption which read thus: "You are very welcome my brother... May the grace that located you continue to abide with you @talentedayomide.. @scancer79 thanks for the support..DereRealFada."

In other news, a US resident Nigerian Neurosurgeon, Dr. Olawale Sulaiman, has made headlines for his generous act of monthly visit to his native country, Nigeria, to undertake free surgery.

Dr. Sulaiman has shown that despite his success abroad in his chosen field, he still remembers home as he comes to Nigeria every monthly spending seven to 10 days to perform schedule surgery free for the less privileged.

The professor of neurosurgery and spine surgery currrently serves as the System Chairman of Department of Neurosurgery at Ochsner health system in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

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