Nigerian future ‘IGP’ finally goes to school

Nigerian future 'IGP’ finally goes to school

Luck finally smiled at the 11-year-old boy, Gift Osayuwu who declared himself the future Inspector General of Police of Nigeria, IGP, as he was enrolled in a private school to pursue his dream of becoming the police boss.

He was arrested among the hoodlums that recently attacked a Police station in Edo State.

The new development was disclosed by Kola Edokpayi, the coordinator of the human rights group, Talakwa Parliament.

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Future IGP Gift Osayuwu has been enrolled in JSS 1 in “one of the ‘best private schools” in Benin City the Edo State capital today, the Nigerian news portal reported Kola Edokpayi as saying.

The boy’s widowed mother who is a pure water seller reportedly accompanied him to his new school.

IGP Gift found himself in the grips of law enforcement officers after he allegedly joined a gang of hoodlums that attacked Oba Market police station at the Evbuotubu area of Benin City.

According to reports, he wore the uniform of a police sergeant and declared himself as the Inspector General of Police (IGP) of Nigeria.

Upon his release on Friday, October 30, Gift reportedly said he aspires to become IGP in the future, hence the decision to enroll him in school to pursue his dream.

His story has touched the hearts of many Nigerian philanthropists who have been donating to an Education Trust Fund set up for him.



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