A little Nigerian boy who was dealt a hard blow by life still seeks to become someone in life by going to school despite the challenges faced with at a young age.
Roland who sells sells iron on the streets of Calabar to take care of his basic needs said he had lived with his parents until their demise when he was only 7.
The 13-year-old boy, has since his parents death, fended for himself and braved the odds.
The young boy unlike many other kids his age who have parents or guardians, is without a helper and has roamed the streets for over 5 years.
In an interview with Legit, Roland revealed how he left where he stayed with his parents in Calabar to an uncompleted building where he lays his head after the work of the day.
He said: “I don’t have mother, I don’t have father, I used to pack iron to sell it and eat”
The lad desires to go to school to pursue his dreams of being a lawyer, as this is his prayer each night he goes to bed.