- Musa Sani, the kid who went viral for building a replica of Kano overhead bridge has brought glory and goodness to his family
- This is as a construction company got wind of his wonderful creation and gave him scholarship to study in the United States
- All of his family members were also gifted something unique with his mother getting Ghc27k and his dad a new job
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A young boy's talent has become the catalyst for the upliftment of his family as a construction company has taken note of it.
The young lad identified as Musa Sani had became an internet sensation after a replica of the Kano state overhead bridge he built with locally-sourced materials went viral.
The blessing went around his family
Sharing snaps of Musa and his creation on Facebook, a named Aminu Adamu Abdullahi announced that a construction company, Ronchess Global Resources, has offered Musa university scholarship to study in the United States.
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Aminu added that the construction company also gifted Musa's mum the sum of Ghc27,269 to start a business, while his father was given a job.
They also promised to enroll Musa's siblings in good schools and will move the family to a furnished apartment in Maiduguri.
People celebrate the development
Nuruddeen Ibrahim Kafinta said:
"MashaAllah. This is an endowment of gift and blessings from Allah."
Centina J Aridi said:
"Congratulations So good to hear..I'm so happy to hear this .
Eunice Alonge Obaro said:
"Means nothing; father will probably just marry more wives and have more children."
Sabiu Ibrahim said:
"This is commendable. Let’s make this go viral to encourage both the kids and Ronchess Global Resources."
20-year-old who built motorbike gets scholarship
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a talented Nigerian who built a helicopter-like motorbike had bagged scholarship.
Kenneth will now get to pursue his dreams of becoming a mechanical engineer, thanks to a former Imo State Chief of Staff, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu.
According to one of his aides, Darlington Flowrymz Ibekwe who made the announcement on Facebook, his principal came across social media videos capturing the 20-year-old's talents and took interest in him.
A search was launched for the lad and he was found. Kenneth's home in Umuezeala, Ehime Mbano, Imo State was located and contact was established with his parents.
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