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Whoot! Special Special thanks to our friends and partners who made this project below possible, thaaaaaaaaank you sooooooo much! #BringBackOurTosin. 

Last year, we decided to support this young man here, when he was facing some real difficult times, with his family. Our little friend who was in basic 5, was withdrawn from a good private school in the neighborhood, to our free school, because of lack of funding as mama couldn't pay the bills anymore. House rent expired. So, family moved to a church building some meters away! Yet. This young man wouldn't miss school. He kept coming....and coming, so we registered him freely for the common entrance examination so he could move on to the next rung of his academic ladder with his mates. However, before we could say Jack and see Jill, Mama had sent him back to the village!! Vi-what? No. This wouldn't happen. No. Not when we had registered him for his exams? Noo way! 

So we had a deal with mama... "what if we get you some money to support your business, would that be good enough to #bringbackourtosin (my name sake)? What if we sponsor your trip to the village this moment, how soon can you return with our Tosin, she said in 2days, fine!  Now, what if we rent you an apartment so you all could have a better place to rest, would that be okay?  Yes. 

It was a deal. Even when we weren't sure how things was going to work out! 🤔😁

Interestingly, God made provision through some of our amazing friends reading this 🤣, and, we were able to fulfil our parts of the deal - to bring Tosin back from the village to write his examinations and finish primary school, support mama's business and rent them an apartment. 

What a throwback with fond memories.
Hearty appreciation and admiration to our friends. Thank You. #DidITellYou, that our friend is through with Primary school and now attending a private Junior High School? 💯😄

"itesiwaju gbogbo omo..... lojo wa loguun!" - @Tosin Taiwo


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