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Young Nigerian Boy Who Built Historic Flyover Model Gets Scholarship And Automatic Employment

Musa Sani, a young Nigerian boy who built a scale model of a historic customs flyover in Borno State, Nigeria, has been offered a U.S university scholarship and automatic employment by Ronchess Global Resources, a construction company.

He built his scale model of the newly launched customs flyover in Maiduguri, using mud and sticks.

A twitter user, Onovwo Omasoro Ali Ovie had shared pictures of the young boy and what he built on his Twitter page on March 2, 2022 , saying his efforts should be commended.

In an update, he said the CEO of Ronchess Global Resources, a construction company, contacted him and offered the boy a scholarship and automatic employment with the company after graduation.

The company added that it will employ the boy’s father and also give his mother N1 million to start a business while getting the family a new apartment. Musa’s siblings are not left out as the company is ready to also sponsor their education.

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