The humanitarian activity of a young boy as been rewarded after a philanthropist located and gave him some gift.
A popular blog Warri Aproko Special had reported on its Facebook page of the young boy whose name was given as Master Oghenevwegba, who was seen repairing failed portions of the Otor-udu Community Road in the Udu Local Governor Area of Delta State in Nigeria.
The pictures had then gone viral and since then people have been coming to give gifts to the young boy.
Today another person, a pastor whose name was given as Rt Evangelist John Kpekpen paid a visit to the boy's school, the Otor-udu primary school where he donated an undisclosed sum of money and writing materials to him in appreciation of his humanitarian activities.
It was not just him that received the goodwill from the pastor as his classmates were also gifted writing materials.
While thanking Master Oghenevwegba, the Evangelist ask him to continue his good works and told his classmates to also emulate him.
Master Oghenevwegba's class teacher thanked and appreciated the Evangelist for finding time to locate the boy and presenting gift.
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