Remember Osayiwu Gift, the underage boy who was arrested and paraded by the Police for allegedly wearing police uniform, after the ENDSARS protest was hijacked where Oba Market Police Station and other police stations were set ablaze.
Though Human Right Activist Mr. Kola Edokpayi and his team successful secure his bail, with the promise of rehabilitation and also to sponsor his education. After his release, Mr. Kola Edokpayi and his team have succeeded in sending him back to School, and also open a bank account in his name for people to contribute towards his education, and they have ever since transparent by showing the world through Mr. Kola verified Facebook page, on how much have been donated to him and also to gives updates on the boy progress.
Today, Mr. Kola Edokpayi took to his verified Facebook page to revealed how he and his team visited Gift, and also to reveal his performance in school.
According to Mr. Kola, he wrote,
Today we paid our routine visit to Gift Osayiwu, the 11 year old boy who was arrested during the ENDSARS protest to check how he is doing in school. We were very glad at his performance so far in school and his passion to learn. We want to again thank everyone who has been supporting his Education Trust Fund. We wish to specially thank Mr Efosa Iyamu aka EFEX for supporting his mother with the sum of N50,000 to do business and we are begging other kind hearted persons to do same.We need to assist his mother with N500,000 to start a business because empowering his mother is also empowering the boy.
Checkout the screenshot:
Here is the screenshot of his recent performance in School, uploaded by Mr. Kola on his verified Facebook page:
Let it be on record that the young boy is from Udo in Ovia South West, Edo State and it will interest you to know that the only people who have supported his education trust fund are youths, who are not even holding any political office. We sincerely hope that our politicians from Ovia, Benin and Edo State will do the needful because it is definitely not going to be a good history when it is told tomorrow.