- A photo has emerged on social media in which some little kids were dressed as doctors and attending to a "patient"
- A funny narration was attached to the adorable photo which was shared by one Akerele Oluwasogo
- Many of the people who flooded the comment section of the post to react loved the image and the funny narration
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An adorable photo of some kids dressed as doctors and examining a "patient" has got people talking on social media.
Sharing the photo on his LinkedIn page, a Nigerian man identified as Akerele Oluwasogo added a funny narration to the video.
Oluwasogo said one of the girls in the photo is the resident doctor who couldn't handle the case at hand and had to call a consultant to attend to the "patient".
In his words:
"This picture speak alot! The girl with hands on her waist is the resident doctor. It's beyond her so she called the consultant who is now attending to the patient.
According to Oluwasogo, one of the kids is the fine girl doctor while the others are student doctors.
"You see the one in the middle with red stethoscope, she is the fine girl doctor. The rest of them are student doctors.
"You see the boy at the extreme peeping? His parents forced this on him, he want to become a Data Analyst like Mr Excel."
Many react to the adorable photo
Favour Chimazuru Nwabueze said:
"I love this... I can totally relate, the cute girl standing behind the 'resident doctor' looks exactly like me in my scrubs (see @my dp) the new intern at the hospital just stepping out from the OR and wondering what is going on here... madam abeg no die ooo."
Chidi Okeke commented:
"The doctor standing close to the patient's head is the doctor who likes to drink beer. By their pose, you shall know them."
Joseph Owoseni wrote:
'Lara Yeku said:
"Lol!!! Loved the children picture and narrations."
YEN.com.gh previously reported that a lady, Tony Joy, is using her NGO named Durian to empower women in rural areas so they can become dependable.
Recall that with the organisation's craft village in Imafon, Ondo state, ladies in the community were also taught how they can make crafts out of bamboo, skincare products out of cocoa pud husks, and turn fabric waste into bags.
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