Meet Nigerian lady painter who is beautifying schools for pupils to learn comfortably (photos)


A Nigerian woman identified as Udoka Uju has continued to give back to the society through an initiative called Grab a Brush, Colour a Life.

The woman, who is nicknamed, The Lady Painter, beautifies schools by painting them to ensure that pupils learn in colourful environments. Uju took to social media to share pictures of the next school she would be working on and the proposed design

Udoka Uju aka The Lady Painter is a Nigerian woman changing lives through her project called Grab a Brush, Colour a Life.

She is a professional painter who is giving back to society by painting schools whose interior and exterior are nothing to write home about.

Guess what? She has been doing this since 2016 and her next project is to paint Obafemi Owode local government Primary School, Magboro, Ogun state.

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Taking to her LinkedIn page to make the disclosure, Udoka said the school would be painted on Saturday, January 23.

Sharing photos of the school and the proposed design, the woman expressed gratitude to Dolly Children Foundation for contacting her team to paint the school.

“The children in this school have never learned in a colourful classroom before, it will be a great privilege to impact their lives and also let them know that it’s not luxury to make their environment look beautiful and clean. “This is a simple change but I hope it will have a big impact in the lives of these children, the teachers and even the community.”
Through her Love and Skill Outreach, Yetunde trained teenagers at Jesus Kids on computer skills and how to make chin chin.
Jesus Kids is a home for orphans and children with special needs in Oyo state. The non-governmental organisation also donated food and non-food items to the kids.

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