During his visit to Makoko, he met with children and fans, taking selfies with them.
Joshua, who has a Nigerian father and was born in England, thrilled the children with a demo of a boxing fight.
According to them, the coming of Joshua to the area has inspired them to be ambitious.
Speaking on behalf of the children, Alade Mariam, said, “With me here are beneficiaries of Slum2School (project), who are very grateful and excited to have you here. We wanted to host you in our STEM and Innovation Laboratory, but we chose to have it here so that you can see the treasures in this community like us, who are talented, educated and ambitious like you. All we need are people who believe in us like you.
The also engaged the British professional boxer with questions on why he wasn’t boxing for Nigeria and the age he started boxing.
Other notable personalities present include Timi Dakolo, Tonye Cole and others.
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