In this world, there are so many things that can influence or change someone’s life for the better. We have heard stories of how grace located many people including the boy who was trending online for begging his mother, “the mummy be calming down boy, Oreofeoluwa.”
Lawal Babalola Oreofeoluwa who is just 5-Years-Old rose to fame from being punished by his mother. The young handsome boy was born on the 5th of January 2016.
After COVID-19 invaded the world, nations had to go on a lockdown. During the lockdown, this young boy made his mom angry and she was about to punish him but he told his mom to please be calming down. It was very funny, I can’t really describe how funny it was but if you have watched the video you will understand. He was trying to negotiate with his mom by telling her to please be calm and have a sit.
After his viral video, the young boy became an ambassador to some companies and met with important figures like Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Femi Adebayo and many other celebrities including Kunle Afolayan, the popular Nollywood movie producer.
Oreofeoluwa met with the popular Nollywood producer Kunle Afolayan and already, they have produced a movie tittled “Swallow”. If you watch this movie, you will see that this young boy is a born actor as he acted like he had been doing it for years.
After this movie, the young lad and Nigerians will be looking to see him in many other movies.
Like his name, "Oreofeoluwa" God's grace is evident in the life of the young actor. Although he confessed he would love to be a police officer when he grows up, but the young boy would surely make waves in the entertainment industry as an actor. Don't you think so?
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