Oprah Winfrey, the queen of modern media, has just made a Nigerian student, Olufemi, happy by buying him a new phone.
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Recall that Winfrey visited Morehouse College to renew her scholarship donation to the school even as she was appreciated by the students for the contribution she has made in the past.
As she was leaving the school building, Olufemi and his friend ran to her with giddy excitement, hoping to say a few more words of appreciation to her and take pictures.
While they were posing for a group selfie with her, Winfrey made a very hilarious statement about Olu's phone's screen condition.
She said: "Yeah, that is me! That's me in your cracked phone"
Days after, Winfrey surprised the boy and got him a new phone with a lovely message:
"We can't have you here viewing the world thru a cracked screen or a cracked cover. The new camera you gonna love for sure!"
A photo of a damaged statue of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, has caused a stir online.
Dr. Nkrumah, who was Ghana’s first prime minister and president, led the Gold Coast to independence in the year 1957.
He was however removed from office following a military coup in February 1966.
the statue is seen on the ground outside the Parliament House of Ghana. It was reportedly pulled down and smashed after the coup.
The photo has since generated various reactions on social media.
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