Nigerian Man Builds School Beside His House in Abuja to Educate Less Privileged Kids for Free, Many Hail Him

Nigerian journalist, Olusegun Adeniyi, has been commended on social media for his selfless service to humanity.

Adeniyi built a school for kids in his neighbourhood whose parents couldn’t afford education; and his wife takes time

from her job to teach the students. The school is beside Adeniyi’s house in Abuja and however, teaches pupils

numbering about 70 for free.

A Nigerian journalist and former presidential spokesman, Olusegun Adeniyi, has warmed hearts on social media after

building a school for the less privileged kids in his neighbourhood. However, according to Tope Fasua who made the


on Facebook, Adeniyi noticed that the children were not attending schools so he decided to build one beside his


In his words:

“He noticed that there were so many children around living in the shanties around, who do not attend schools, so he

put up a small shack on one of the lands nearby. “The shack is growing. The children could be as many as 70 now.

They all attend school for free. I was touched.”

In addition, Fasua said the journalist’s wife takes time from her insurance job to supervise and teach the pupils.

However, impressing many Nigerians on Facebook, they couldn’t hide their joy as they flooded the comment section to

commend Adeniyi for his selfless service to humanity.

Abdul Mohammed said: “May God bless him. The goal of true education is to concentrate on worthy objectives within

one’s sphere of influence. This deed is far greater than coming to the platform with a PhD badge to seduce people

with words.”

Dollin Holt commented: “I am touched by the kindness of this man. This is what charity is about. God bless him.”

Adewumi Adebayo Oluwaseyi wrote: “This is what will call service to humanity. May God bless them and the intending


Usukuma Akpan commented: “This is highly commendable. God bless Mr Segun Adeniyi.”

By Cynthia N.

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