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Sometime in May last year, a seven-year-old girl, called Success Adegor from Sapele caused a stir on social media and in the country with her outspokenness. This primary three pupil of Okotie Eboh Primary School 1 in Sapele, Delta State, was sent out of school for non-payment of exam fees. Being the kind of pupil that loves being in school she was very unhappy and angry.She furiously told a girl in her neighbourhood, Miss Stephanie Idolor, who recorded her that she would have preferred to be flogged by the teacher to being sent out of school. This video recording went viral and that little frank talk by this little girl developed a life of its own. The issue has become bigger than the little girl but it has brought unexpected benefits to her and her poor parents.
From endorsement to Scholarship , to meeting celebrities and enjoying glamour, this girl's story is truly a success story.
One year after the new found fame, we have her pictures all transformed and looking Gorgeous. See photos below
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