The popular Nigerian actress, Funmi Awelewa has shown the world her great love for humanity as she adopted Taju after seen his viral video on social media. According to her, she was moved by his status and his presents condition.
Speaking on the matter, she said; “I saw Taju's video on Instagram and I felt bad for the little boy because I wondered why a Five-year-old boy wasn't in school. That was my motivation for helping him. If some people feel I did it for publicity's sake, I understand because it is normal for people to talk. I'm not surprised".
Taju has been doing fine in Awelewa's custody, as she enrolled him in one of the best schools to complete his education.
Over the years the innocent boy, Taju has changed remarkably, he has been spotted with different Nigerian celebrities. Top celebrities like Funke Akindele, Muyiwa Ademola, Wole Arote, and others visited him. See photos below.
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