There are some exceptional and gifted children who do not have access to certain essential rights, such as the right to education and others. Nigeria as a country should make it legal for all children under the age of 16 to attend their different educational institutions.
The images of a teenage mechanic have been circulating online, eliciting a lot of criticism. According to the individual who tweeted the young boy's pictures for public awareness, he said:
"This young man, who is only six years old, works as a mechanic on Olu Obasanjo Road in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. He's supposed to be in school, but what can I do? Although the circumstance is sad, the child is a diligent worker. I sincerely hope he succeeds ".
Below are some photos of the young boy:
Everyone, especially the tiny kids who are struggling with society's ills, is entitled to a minimum education. Following are some of the comments to his photo after it was shared on social media:
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