The popular Nigerian businessman and verified philanthropist, Tunde Onakoya, narrated how the young girl he rescued from a slum and enrolled in school has experienced change over time.
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He shared old pictures and a story about how he met the young child identified as Odunayo on the street on his Twitter feed thread.
The humanitarian said that he had found Odunayo and her young brother peddling in Majidun Ikorodu and had taken both of them out of the slums.
After hearing her tale of being assaulted by a 40-year-old male, he recalled being moved to help her.
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Odunayo recently completed her first year of school and passed her exams, according to Tunde, who moved her out of the slums two years ago and enrolled her in school.
“Today makes it exactly two years since I met Odunayo hawking fish on the streets of majidun Ikorodu with her little brother.
A lot has happened since then, but two weeks ago, she completed her first year of school and passed her examinations😊
I shared their beautiful story here sometime last year 😊 Oh how time flies…
I remember how I would always go to their house for the first few weeks to teach them chess and basic literacy. She had been a victim of sxxual abuse from a 40 year old pedophile in that community. It was on this day I swore to be a part of lives and keep them safe forever.
Odunayo had been through such a turbulent childhood that we had to put her through 3 months of therapy and counseling before she could trust/talk to anyone again. She’s now growing into a young confident Lady who loves to play chess and video games.
Odunayo and her brother lived with me for the first one year since I adopted both of them, but after sometime I realized she needed motherly care that I couldn’t give. My Mum took on that responsibility and she has lived with my parents in Ibadan ever since then.”