The young girl who was spotted reading at night using the ATM light spoke about herself.
Dele Rasheed Dele Rasheed Dele Rasheed is a primary one pupil of the Hope of Glory Academy, Ondo City, who was recently photographed doing her homework by the light of a bank branch’s Automated Teller Machine gallery at Yaba, Ondo, around 10 pm because her house had a blackout. The picture went viral, and it is assumed that the bank took an interest in her. She tells PETER DADA about herself
What’s your age?
I am 6 years old. I’m in one primary. I live with my mom.
Recently you were photographed doing your homework by the light of an ATM gallery…
I went there to do my homework because our house had no electricity.
Didn’t your parent have a generator?
No, we don’t.
Is that what you usually do at home when there’s a blackout?
Yes, if there is no power supply.
Who have asked you to go there?
No one has done so.
Have you seen anyone the last time you went there?
Indeed, I’ve seen a guy in there.
What did you hear from the man?
He has asked for my name and I have told him.
Are you not scared to go out there to read at night?
I don’t think.
What would you like to become in the future?
I want to become a nurse because of their dress in white. I admire them, because they’re taking care of sick people.
So you like to see people treated…