Terry G sponsors 3-year-old ‘photobomb boy’ through primary school


In 2017, the story of how 3-year-old Oluwatobiloba Michael Falana photobombed a couple who were taking their wedding photos warmed the heart of many.

The young Tobiloba was the product of a broken home as his mother left while he was a child and his dad is currently jobless. He had also never attended school in his life. Immediately his story became known, many showed their willingness to help Tobi and his family get out of their predicament. One of those people was popular musician Terry G who promised to sponsor Tobi through his primary school education. Well, according to the photographer who discovered Tobi, Terry G has fulfilled his promise and the boy has been enrolled in a school in his area saga, as 2018 promises to be a greater one for our Lil man, Oluwatobiloba Michael Falana. Following his viral photo bombing picture late last year, which got a lot of people inspired and wanting to sow into his life for his courage and bravery. Gabriel Oche Amanyi (Terry G), one of the many Nigerians moved by the viral picture came through with his promise as Oluwatobiloba has started school alongside his peers.


The popular musician Terry G on his social media page promise to sponsor the boy through his primary education. Oluwatobiloba, on the other hand, was more than happy to be in school, something he had been looking forward to.

It’s however surprising how a picture can be the beginning of great things. It will be recalled, that the three-year boy who is a product of a failed marriage, abandoned by his mother when he was barely a month old in the care of a jobless father and has never seen the four walls of a classroom has his story changed January 2018. We are however grateful to every group and individual that have reached out to Oluwatobiloba Michael Falana, every kind-hearted fellas that deemed it fit to make our Lil man a better person. We appreciate your time, cash, gifts and other promises that are yet to be actualized.”

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