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Monday, August 26, 2019

Wife Of Kogi State Gov Empowers Boy With N1million For Painting Her Portrait

Wife of Kogi State Governor, Hajiya Rashida Yayaha Bello has changed the life of a young Nigerian youth as she benevolently empowered him with a shocking sum of 1million naira, as appreciation for the artistic painting of her image, which has been trending on social media for days.

The young Nigerian Boy named, Bright Chukwudi Dike hails from Imo state, painted a beautiful and creative potrait of her Excellency, Wife of the Governor Hajiya Rashida Bello. He is an artist and a footballer. His passion for arts and football started since his formative age as a child.

Bright was amazed at the commitment made Her Excellency as he described this as Destiny . He further stressed “words can’t express how I feel, I have been disappointed by a lot of people who promised me money but rather blocked me. I only tagged Her Excellency on her Instagram handle and asked people to tag her until she sees my work, So am still in shock about her gesture for a total stranger”. 

He expressed affectionate appreciation and promised to remain dedicated to self development. He also used this opportunity to tell everyone with special talent not to give up because one day destiny helper will locate them just as the First Lady located me. 

He also promised to encouraged other young Nigerian youths in skills and craft that will further improve their lives and establish a room of hope for them. 

The Wife of Kogi state governor, Hajiya Rashida, however has expressed her undaunted commitment to youths empowerment through her foundation. 
She also noted through her official Instagram handle that craft of Bright Chukwudi dike is such that must be supported, encouraged and promoted so as to sustain national development through capacity building.


  1. And Kogi state civil servants are starving to death!
    Kogi state is finished!

    1. Bright is equally a citizen of Nigeria that has been empowered to help develop Nigeria. Can’t you guys be positive for once? God bless you madam First Lady at least the money was not given to a slay queen who will use it to slay on Instagram. I hope our leaders will be doing this often to develop the youths instead of allowing them to go the yahoo yahoo route! First Lady thanks ma πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

    2. Election time has come again. Philanthropy my foot.
      So she just discovered her philanthropic nature.
      Does she know how many salaries that money would pay? 😑😑😑😑

  2. When favour locate you....This is how it works. Kudos to the young man

  3. Is this money from an allocated budget? empower indeed!!

  4. All I see here is a beautiful, charming and smiling woman. Good she empowered the little boy. I love this gesture from her.

  5. And Kogi state First Lady cannot spell ‘sum’
    Anyway, thank you for the kind gesture, may God continue to empower you Bright.

  6. This is not "empowerment". Nigerians have a warped sense of ego worship
    What happens to the kid's education in Kogi state?
    How will this kid go to same schools that governor's wife's kids go to?
    Who pays for this child's education?
    Why can't this child have free and qualitative education up to university level
    like is done by other countries with less than the oil wealth that Nigeria controls?
    Why is it only the children of politicians that go to school abroad; even on scholarships?
    Why can't this talented child get a government scholarship?
    How will this child survive by worship-painting the "first ladies?"

    Okwa ajuju n' ese okwu o 😒😒😒😒😒😒😒

  7. Ok oo, we will start painting our first ladies.

  8. She’s more beautiful than the painting
    If my painting no fine pass me I no go pay

  9. Is Art and Culture what ever, not seeing talent like this and many more to invest on, than concentrating Bobrisky.

  10. Off to paint Bubu πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŽπŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸƒπŸƒ

  11. God will decide for Kogi state.


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