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Boy Spotted Repairing A Bad Road At Night Gets Scholarship And Cash Gift

Boy Spotted Repairing A Bad Road At Night Gets Scholarship And Cash Gift

The little boy, Oghenevwegba who was spotted at night repairing a bad road At Otor-Udu road 2 days ago has been granted a scholarship.

According to reports made available by Warri Aproko, the councilor representing ward Hon Evang Ogolo Emmanuel has offered the boy scholarship from the Primary to the secondary school level.

Our society needs help to get rid of evils like, poverty, illiteracy, crime, etc. Everyone needs to concentrate these issues.

School life is not all about academics, games, friends and fun. In fact it is also about learning to interact with other people, being aware of the social issues/inequities and learning to amend the deformities present in our society.

The fact is that you are never too young or immature to start making a difference in the community and translating the social issues. Also the parents should find meaningful ways for their young ones to contribute to the community initiatives and social reforms.

Making a difference doesn't mean doing something that's going to change the world. However, you can do things that make a difference to yourself, your family, friends or community. Do not weigh your efforts to find how big or small they are. Remember that you're making an effort to make someone’s life a little better and to make people happy.

The child also got a cash donation from the councilor, who seems impressed.

On the road just prior to his compound, the boy was confirmed to have packed sand at night and began to experience pants on the road that caused several accidents in the area.

Oghenevwegba was also said to raise money to repair the road properly so that the road could be protected from further damage. Imagine a child who has no income, but has taken it to a community project.

May almighty God bless him more.

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Evang Ogolo Emmanuel Oghenevwegba Warri Aproko


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