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Young Boy Alabi Gets Scholarship Sponsorship After Standing in Front of Peter Obi’s Car

Young Boy Alabi’s viral photo in front of Peter Obi’s convoy leads to scholarship sponsorship, Cubana Chief Priest offers support.



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Young Nigerian Boy Alabi Receives Scholarship and Sponsorship After Viral Moment with Peter Obi

A young Nigerian boy named Yusuf Alimi has captured the hearts of the nation after a photograph of him standing in front of the presidential convoy of Peter Obi went viral. The image, which depicts Alimi with open arms as the convoy approached, symbolizes the hope and trust many Nigerians have in leaders like Obi to bring positive change to their country.

As a result of his newfound fame, Alimi has received numerous gifts and offers of support, including a scholarship sponsorship from well-known Nigerian socialite Cubana Chief Priest. The sponsorship will cover Alimi’s education and living expenses for the rest of his life.

In a media interview, Alimi shared that his act of standing in front of the convoy was not orchestrated by anyone, but rather driven by his personal admiration for Obi. He expressed his gratitude for the outpouring of support from Nigerians and the opportunities that have arisen from the viral moment.

This inspiring story highlights the power of hope and the impact one person can have on the lives of many. Alimi’s gesture towards Peter Obi has sparked a movement of support and kindness, demonstrating the resilience and generosity of the Nigerian people.

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