By Eseoghene Emuke
As Nigerians continue to reach out to Miss Success Adegor, the Sapele schoolgirl who was reportedly sent home over examination levy in a viral video, a Non-Governmental Organisation has opened an educational trust fund account for the little girl.
The NGO, Fasa Hope Foundations (FHF), who opened the account for the seven-year-old girl said they were moved by the plight of the Success, who in the video, displayed her zeal for education.
Success came into limelight following a viral video that shows her protesting against the school’s decision to send her home over her parents’ failure to pay her second term examination fee.
The founder of FHF, Mr. Lucky Fasa Eghagbevwa told WARRI TODAY that the account would help secure Success’ burning desire to further her education and to guide against spending whatever money she currently getting from Nigerians unnecessarily.
Eghagbevwa, a Dublin based philanthropist, said the account, Nigerians who are ready to help the little schoolgirl can now pay money directly to her account which he claimed was save from unnecessary withdrawals.
While urging Nigerians for more support, he said whatever donation towards Success’ educational fund should be paid to First Bank Plc, Sapele, account No.:3135820709 with Adegor Success as account name.
It was not the first time Eghagbevwa through his foundation will be opening bank accounts for children as he had recently (July 2018) also opened over 30 bank
Accounts for schoolchildren at Christ Hope Academy, Ekpan, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State.