Davido Reacts to Graduation of Young Man He Sponsored Through University

Davido Reacts to Graduation of Young Man He Sponsored Through University

- A young man, Jide Sanya, has achieved a first class pass in Electrical and Electronics Engineering years after he got help

- In 2021, Jide appreciated Davido and others who contributed greatly in ensuring that he never dropped out of school

- Many tweeps congratulated him as they also appreciated the Holy Ground crooner for the big support

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A young Nigerian man, Jide Sanya, for whom Davido paid his school fees many years ago, has finally made it in his academics.

He did not only graduate, Jide made a first class. On March 8, Jide tagged Davido on Twitter and reminded him of the good thing he did. Jide also used the opportunity to appreciate those who contributed their money to ensure that he got a university degree.

According to the young man, after the many challenges he had faced in life, he was able to enrol at Afe Babalola University where he studied Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

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See his tweet and Davido's below:

As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 15,000 likes with almost 3,000 retweets. People also commended the musician for what he did.

Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:

@lawalmilset said:

"We rise by lifting others - Davido."
Young Nigerian man who Davido sponsored in university finally graduated, bagged first class, musician reacts
The young man Davido helped many years ago made in big with first class honours. Photos sources: @OjaySanya, @davido
Source: UGC

@funmij2k2 said:

"Congratulations to you."

@minds223 said:

"Congratulations @Ojaysanya. Proud of You Bro, person go dey shout @davido no dey help Street come and see for yourself proof ... Thanks OBO for supporting His Dream."

@ohizdreamz said:

"The truth is Davido is not on same level with other celebrities. Read Your Bible well , you would understand that baba has been blessed by God anything he touches would turn to Gold. Davido is born to rule and that is what his is doing . Stop the hate so that God can bless you too."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Mbekezeli Sibahle Nxumalo obtained his Master's degree in Pure Mathematics in Topology and Category Theory from the University of the Western Cape.

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Nxumalo is the kind of man other young people should look up to. Nxumalo, who is proud of his Zulu heritage, grew up in a rural area in the North of KwaZulu-Natal. He attended public school named Bonginhlanhla High School before pursing a degree in physical science at the University of the Western Cape (UWC).

Nxumalo had the desire to change his home situation and he knew he had to work hard. He obtained his B.Sc degree before completing a Honours degree in Physical Sciences.

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Source: Briefly News

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