Governor Akeredolu Meets Young Artist Who Drew His Portrait, Offers Him Scholarship

by on May 14, 2020

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo state, has finally met with Adefeniku Imole, a young boy, who drew his portrait.

BreakingTimes recalls that Akeredolu had on Monday taken to his social media page to ask about the whereaboutsof the gifted kid after Mary Ogunga, a Twitter user, shared a portrait of the governor drawn by him on the micro-blogging platform.

In a new development on Tuesday, the governor announced that he has met with the young artist.

He went on to describe the SS 2 student of Greater Tomorrow Secondary School in Okitipupa as a talented kid with promising future ahead of him.

Akeredolu also revealed that Imole told him that his dream has been to meet the governor some day.

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“I met with Adefeniku today. He lives with his family in Okitipupa. He said his dream was for him to meet the Governor some day. A vibrant young man with a bright future ahead of him. Thanks to Twitter and @mary_ogunga for helping him realise his dream,” he wrote on Twitter.

The scholarship award was announced in a short video shared via the Governor’s Twitter handle, yesterday.

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