The vice president had come across a painting of himself drawn by the student during a visit to Ondo state

Osinbajo stated that he is confident that the little boy's talent would take him places
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo who is currently on a two-day working visit to Ondo state has shared praises for a primary school student after he came across a painting of himself that was drawn by the student.
Philgloballink.blog had reported that the vice president had visited Alagbaka Estate Primary School in Akure with Governor Rotimi Akeredolu.
The vice president recently shared a photo of a primary school student who displayed his artistic talent during his visit to Ondo state. He revealed that the boy identified as Emmanuel Ani had painted a photo of him.
Osinbajo also praised the student, stating that he is confident that the boy's talent would take him places beyond his imagination.
He said: "Today has been such an interesting day for me. I walked into a class and Emmanuel Ani, a pupil of Primary 6 had drawn this and put up on the wall. I feel so honoured and I am confident his talent will take him places far beyond what he can imagine."





Today has been such an interesting day for me.
I walked into a class and Emmanuel Ani, a pupil of Primary 6 had drawn this and put up on the wall.
I feel so honoured and I am confident his talent will take him places far beyond what he can imagine