27.2 C
Nigeria
Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Reactions as Lagos kid who worked as bus conductor under Oshodi bridge learns how to build websites

A Nigerian kid, Ayomide, who used to work as a bus conductor and live under the bridge of Oshodi, Lagos, is now learning chess and how to build a website.

Recall that Tunde Onakoya, Nigerian man, has used his chess initiative to save the kid’s future and put him in a better place.

The convener of Chess in the Slum, Tunde, has spoken about how he rescued the boy from the street in Lagos state. 

Tunde revealed that Ayomide was working as a bus conductor, homeless, and living under Oshodi bridge with a dimmed future. He has also promised that they will continue to sponsor his education

Join any of these WhatsApp Groups to receive prompt Entertainment News update on WhatsApp

In a post shared on Saturday, April 2, he revealed that the boy has been able to create his online store using programming languages of HTML and CSS.

The video shared showed the boy demonstrating all the elements that constitute his webpage. A subsequent tweet also revealed that the boy was reconnected with his mother in Ekiti state.

Tunde added that Chess in Slums will continue to sponsor the kid’s education and his dream of becoming a web and chess master.

See his posts below: 

Read some of the reactions below:

@TheOreAfolayan wrote: “This picture is the most iconic picture I’ve seen this month. An Outlier holding The Outlier.”

@ArdebayoGSP wrote: “This is good news Bro. Your own things and life no go loss.”

@chief_champion wrote: “Your works are superb. My fullest regards to you and the entire team. Baba, God go dey give you strength to do more and your vision will not fail IJN.”

@smokijay wrote: “This is an awesome book. I read it and had lots of narratives corrected. Big ups the good work.”

@TypeErrorDev wrote: “This is awesome!!! One day I would LOVE to join an organization that does this for society.”

Share a story or tip with us on WhatsApp: 09012328285 | [email protected]

📡Our Social Media Channels:

MORE GIST

- Advertisement -