Okeowo first caught the attention of the vice president when she drew a portrait of his wife, Dolapo.
She yet again enthralled Osinbajo with her skills when she drew and presented a lifelike portrait of him.
Also in the team was Dr Ebi Awosika, Senior Technical Assistant to the Vice President on Community Engagement.
In her remarks, Awosika expressed gratitude to God for Okeowo, saying it was just the beginning of greatness for the young artist.
She presented to the talented artiste a special wheelchair, laptop and a scholarship in Hyper-Realistic Portrait Course, a virtual course offered through an American online programme.
“This scholarship will help Okeowo to realise her dreams and desire to own an establishment where she can teach others how to draw and help those who are physically challenged to also fulfill their life ambitions,” the statement quoted her as saying.
In his remarks, Adeagbo, who received the delegation on behalf of Okeowo’s family and Otun Ekiti community expressed gratitude to the vice president and his wife for making life meaningful for the artist and her family.