In 2016, a starving two-year-old Nigerian boy was rescued after being discovered naked and wandering the streets because his family thought he was a witch.
The boy, who has been named Hope, was found emaciated and riddled with worms after being forced to live off scraps of food thrown to him by passersby for eight months.
He was rescued by Anja Ringgren Loven, a Danish woman living in Africa who bent down and began feeding the boy and giving him water.
Photos of Anja and hope went viral on social media back then with a lot of people heaping praises on the woman for her kindheartedness.
After rescuing the child, she wrapped him in a blanket and took him to the nearest hospital where he was given the necessary care.
Reports later indicated that the Danish woman adopted little Hope and took him away.
Well, new photos of Hope has emerged on social media which sees him all grown, looking fresh and happy.
Take a look at new photos of him below:
Ms Loven is the founder of African Children’s Aid Education and Development Foundation, which she created to help children which have been labelled as witches and therefore neglected and even killed by members of their community.
She runs a children’s centre where the children she saves receive medical care, food and schooling.
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