Nev Twins Enrol Performing Kid In School

Inspirational, Stories 8/11/2023 by Tahav Agerzua

The Nev Performance Twins, Mercy and Blessing, Monday 6th November, 2023 enrolled Shiaondo Terlumun, the six-year-old who performs Mami Wata dance around Ihugh town, Vandeikya local government area of Benue State, in school.

The twins, who saw a video clip of the kid performer on social media directed their manager, former Principal Special Assistant to the Governor on Culture and Tourism, Mr. Tahav Agerzua, to investigate his identity.

Mr. Agerzua, who travelled to Ihugh and traced the compound of the kid, gathered that he was yet to be enrolled in school.

When he relayed the information to the performance twins, they suggested that the boy should be immediately enrolled and made available N30,000 to cover the enrolment requirements.

The amount covered the first term’s fees, text and exercise books, as well as uniforms, at St. Winifred’s Nursery and Primary School, Ihugh.

The twins stated that they would liaise with the family and if allowed, would groom the kid to harness his God-given performance talent.

Born on 31st January 2017, the kid performer hails from Korinya, Konshisha local government area and resides with his grandmother at Ihugh.

The headmistress of the school, Reverend Sister Mary Okoko, expressed happiness at the development and gave gratitude to God for using the Nev Twins to positively affect the fortunes of the kid performer.

Prominent folk singer, Aondohemba Ayenge, popularly known as Ayengesman, accompanied Mr. Agerzua to trace the kid performer.

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One thought on “Nev Twins Enrol Performing Kid In School

  1. Dina

    Very commendable. These are the kind of stories we like to read . More grace .


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