18-year-old bus conductor who lives under a bridge gets over Ghc15K after emerging overall champion in chess and mental maths game

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An 18-year-old bus conductor who lived almost his entire life under the bridge now walking on the path to becoming a millionaire after winning the overall champion in a chess tournament.

The young boy identified as Adeoya Fewaz emerged as the champion after beating 50 other contestants in cheese and mental math competitions organized by Chess in Slums Africa.

The tournament is being organized by a Chess in slums Africa as they use games as a framework to promote education and raise champions from low communities.

They recently organized the contest among 51 homeless children who live under the bridge in Oshodi in Lagos.

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In a recent post by the founder, Tunde Onakayo took to social media to announce that the young boy emerged as the overall winner in both chess and mental health after the game.

He wrote, “Adeoye Fawaz, an 18 year old boy who works as a bus conductor and has lived years of his life under Oshodi bridge emerged as our overall champion in both chess and mental maths. A star is born”

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