Popular Danish humanitarian worker, Anja Ringgren Loven has taken to her instagram page few minutes ago to share new photos with Hope, the young Nigerian boy who was alleged to be a witch and left to die on the street few years ago.
Recall that the young Danish lady who run a humanity foundation in Nigeria rescued the young boy abandoned on the street few years ago in Akwa Ibom state and turned his life around by offering him food, care, education and shelter at her foundation.
Anja Ringgren Loven has now shared some new photos with the boy showing off his growth saying he is already too big to be carried.
Sharing the new photos with the young boy she named Hope, Anja wrote "Hope is too big to be carried buy being apart for more than 1 year is a good excuse to carry him".
Below are the new photos of Hope which Anja Ringgren Loven shared on her verified Instagram page today:-
Anja Ringgren Loven is the CEO and manager of "Land Of Hope', a foundation which has given hope to many Nigerians who have faced similar abuse just the this young boy.
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