Wizkid’s son, Zion gives out his toys to kids at orphanage home in Ghana (Photos/Video)

Nigerian music star, Ayodeji ‘Wizkid’ Balogun aka Wizkid’s son, Zion has donated his toys to orphaned kids in Ghana.

The boy and his mother, Jada Pollock went on an outreach to an orphanage home in Dodowa as part of an initiative to fund the centre.

A vide from the programme showed when Zion was giving out toys to the kids one by one and he also visited with some of his clothes.

The kind gesture melted the hearts of many who hailed the boy for his thoughtfulness, however people wondered why it was not done in Nigeria.

Watch video below:

iam_mcbrymo; Wizkid is batter than our government .FC grether here 🙌

horlolarcash; No child for Nigeria 🇳🇬 abi getat abeg

young____sony; Is like this boy go help pass una wizkid

maryourwah619; Na him papa tell am lowkey… the boys no happy drop them

synatycollections; Nigeria children no deserve dis? Cos I don’t understand 🤷🏽‍♀️ y GHANA 🚶‍♀️

mainegolf_30; Lol he Dey show say he no come from the werey mind 😂😂

kvng_urban; He doesn’t look happy 😂😂😂

Teach them young 👏👏👏nice one starboy

qwindrikspelz; The boy de show working 👏 heart of a father’s son na e papa hrt e carry ❤️👏 Fc to the world🦅🦅

lankyrichie1; Omoh the boy no happy do am. Make he mama no Dey force am 😒

Meanwhile, a US-based health professional, Stephenia Omeh has asserted that poor people give birth to kids that grow up envying their peers who have rich parents.

The Nigerian lady who slammed the children of the poor said they should not be envious, rather they be angry at their parents for not struggling to become rich when their mates were putting in effort.

Stephenia, who works in Washington DC, said that it’s mostly applicable to the current generation because in the past, poor kids dreamt of becoming like the rich ones and they were never envious.

She wrote; “Poor people breeds kids that envy rich kids. It’s no one’s fault that your parents chose to breed when others are creating wealth. Your envy will never change your predicament – you better start learning from rich people like am doing now.

When I was growing up – we were not that envious of successful people, rather, we wanted to become successful like them

But this new generation of poor people are very ENVIOUS of successful people and will not think twice to k**l that successful individual. Envious Generation!”