Happy Dad Shares Moment Professor Wole Soyinka Signed an Autograph for His Son On a Lagos-Abeokuta Train Ride
A happy Nigerian dad has shared on his Twitter page the moment Nigeria Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka signed an autograph for his son on the Lagos-Abeokuta train ride. The proud father, who was happy to share the pictures with Nigerians, said he short of words and would forever cherish the moment. He said children have a way of getting what they want.
He wrote “My son braves the odd; He approached Professor Wole Soyinka for an autograph. Baba obliged him. Children get away with a lot.
My Son braves the odds. He approached Prof. Soyinka for an autograph. Baba obliged him.
Children get away with a lot. pic.twitter.com/m5kIwChZ1m
— Alli-Balogun H.Lekan (@allibaloo) December 29, 2020
Nigerians have reacted to the Tweet; many have asked the proud father to ensure that the autograph is kept in a safe place as it would worth millions in the future because it is not every day one get the opportunity to have the autograph of Professor Wole Soyinka.
The fear in my soul to approach him ehn
Make I no go collect premium ‘will you leave here’ 😢😢😢
— Babajide Fadoju (@BabajideFadoju) December 29, 2020
And where did you keep your own home training?
In 20 years time, this piece of paper will become a “COLLECTORS’ ITEM” mark my words!!! and it will be Money!!!!!
— Ọlákúnlé *Ezigbo* Yusuff (@lakunle70) December 29, 2020
Your son has just become a millionaire 😍. The people wey sabi, will be tripping over themselves for that piece of paper in a few years time. God willing. Ensure an insurance policy on it. Great boy!
— laura frank-okongwu (@Laf_Okongwu) December 29, 2020
Please frame up this autograph quickly.. baba is old and when he dies and ur son grows, this autograph might be worth a fortune. Dont forget prof is world renowned and a nobel laureate!
— Berto™ Fakolujo (@bertofakolujo) December 29, 2020
What I see here is not only the autograph-President buhari has done something significant for this country! Now, you will be able to meet the high and low personalities of this country in one circle and exchange not only pleasantries, but contacts and make more friends..
— Daniel Anthony (@danishhen2) December 29, 2020
Professor Wole Soyinka is a Nigerian playwright, poet, and essayist in the English language. He became the first sub-Saharan African to be honored with the Nobel Prize in Literature. Professor Wole Soyinka is a pro-democratic who has fought against tyrannical governments in Nigeria.
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