- Lwandle is a 12-year-old ballet dancer from Eswantini who started dancing from the age of nine
- The young ballet dancer said the activity gives her confidence and a sense of discipline
- Lwandle also added that her teacher is an inspiration to her, while adding she has won medals from the sport
The continent is filled with many genius in making waves in different walks of life. One of those kids is Lwandle, a 12-year-old ballet dancer from Eswantini (also known as Swaziland), who started out when she was nine.
In an interview with BBC for World Ballet Day, the kid dancer said she like ballet because it instills a sense of discipline and gives her confidence.
She said what motivated her to keep practicing ballet is because her teacher, Velile, is always posting her sessions on social media where she sees how she exudes her skills.
Lwandle said in their dancing class, they are always prepared for the morning routine with warm-up exercises.
The girl dancer said one of the successes she has gotten was going the United States. She added that in all the competitions she went for, she got a lot of medals.
In parting words, she said feels other kids have to do ballet because it a hobby that inspires happiness.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Whiz kid Kareem Waris Olamilekan, an 11-year-old Nigerian artist, received the Taiwan's Chou Ta-Kuan Cultural and .
The young hyperrealistic artist defeated 2,723 others across the world to clinch the prize. The disclosure of the boy’s wining was made by Ambassador Vincent Yang, the representative of Taiwan in Nigeria.
He said Kareem gained global attention for his marvelous drawings, a uniqueness that made him the most preferred among thousands.
The Taiwanese ambassador said the young lad will be attending charity events in the company of other winners at Taipei from Friday, September 20 to Saturday, September 28, where he will meet the country’s president.
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