“You can call me small doctor” was his entry line as the crowd went wild. The light and smoke effect on stage raised the anticipation of the guests as the most anticipated moment arrived, small doctor came to town!
His stage performance and energy was one of a kind. He danced from one corner of the stage to the other in the strength and agility of a true youth.
It is worthy of note that Small doctor did not only perform on stage, but also shocked the guests with his unbelievably kind gesture. The guests watched him as he entered through the crowd and held out an elderly woman from the crowd and brought her on to the stage. He danced with the woman and sprayed her lots of one thousand naira notes. He went on to acknowledge the woman as his mother.
The elderly woman, out of joy, began to pray and declare blessings upon his life and the crowd went wild again. Small doctor prostrated right there on the stage to thank the woman as she walked back to her seat to enjoy the rest of his performance. The “Omo Iya Teacher”, as he’s now called also dolled out money for other ladies who joined him on stage to dance. We won’t be wrong if we say small doctor stole the show with both his performance and philanthropic gesture. He proved to be a young man with a kind heart and proper upbringing from a true Yoruba parentage. He is Small Doctor With A Big Heart.