- A big hair entrepreneur, Nwanneka Nkumah, said her son, Sergei, gave her N300 so his school fees can be paid
- Sergei told his mom that he wanted her to take a break from hard work and use the money instead
- The boy said he did that because he loves his new school
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Big Instagram hair entrepreneur, Nwanneka Nkumah, has shared a very lovely moment she had with her first son, Sergei.
She said that her son walked up to her and gave her N200 and N100 notes, saying that she should save it and pay his school fees.
The young innocent boy said that he had to do that because his mom always works hard. He added that he loves his new school.
See the mother's Instagram post below:
Meanwhile, the governor of Lagos, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Wednesday, July 29, reacted to the viral video of a young boy telling his mom to calm down as he was about to be punished.
Sanwo-Olu said he was "moved by the boy's sobriety" as the boy begged for one more chance as a "regular offender".
He said that the video showed that parents put in a lot of work to raise their kids as he added that he hoped that the mother really "calmed down" as the boy asked.
The governor used the opportunity to tell Lagosians to calm down during the festive period as they mark the 2020 Sallah celebration with the consciousness of protecting themselves against COVID-19.
In other news, a teenager, Ikechukwu Nwachukwu Dikko, is another person who has made the nation proud in his academic endeavour abroad.
Popularly called a professor at home and school because of the brilliance he shows in his actions and manner of talking, he is a student of Notre Dame High School in Connecticut.
The intelligent teenager has been winning awards in his elite school and in the White House, the latest being The Presidential Award For Elite Scholarship in America and the Connecticut Seal of Biliteracy.
It should be noted that the presidential award is given to young students who have demonstrated outstanding academic brilliance while the seal is awarded to students of Notre Dame who are skilled in at least eight different foreign languages.
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