"in the Summer of 2017 fled the eight-year-old Tanitoluwa ”Tani” Adewumi with his family from Nigeria to the united states."
"a year late learned Tani to play chess and now he is a master of the game."
"Something that his family is incredibly proud of and that has changed their lives."
"Despite the fact that Tanitoluwa ”Tani” Adewumi only eight years of age, he is already champion in chess. All thanks to the hard work and skill."
"Tani fled with his family from Nigeria in the summer of 2017. CNN tells Tanis dad kayode major that they left their homeland in fear of being attacked by the member Boko Haram."
"Then they came to the united states has the family lived in a shelter for the homeless in New York city. This is where Tani found a chess board and began to figure on their moves."
"Play 500 parties a week."
"A person by the name of Shawn Martinez on the school P. S 116 invited Tani to the common schackprogrammet."
"– Tani is very tactical and his memory is excellent, " says Matinez to CNN."
"But it is not only Tanis, tactical thinking and good memory that led to success without hard training."
" most of The child might solve 50 to 100 parties a week. Tani plays 500 parties a week, " says Martinez."
"During a tournament for elementary school students from throughout the state showed Tani that practice makes perfect – when he took home the title as the New York chess master."
" We are so excited. Tani has many contests in the future, " says Tanis dad to the channel."
"Schackframgång led to the housing"
"Tani who love to play chess hope to one day be able to call himself grand master in chess and take home the highest mästertiteln available."
"For Tani to be able to get through their desire has a collection been started for him. Already in just a few days, has 190 000 dollars, which is over 1.7 million Swedish kronor, gathered to Tani and his family."
"the Family has had a home donated to them so that they can leave the shelter and get a home of their own. The money from the collection tells the family will go to the ”Tanitoluwa Adewumi Foundation” – an organization that will help refugees and immigrants."