Davido’s former Head of Department shares how the singer paid the fees of students in Babcock
Davido’s former lecturer shares the kind acts the Singer did while in school
Lecturer shares how Davido settled school fees of other students while at Babcock
David Adeleke, better known as Davido, is frequently referred to as the Nigerian celebrity with the largest heart, and this does not appear to be a new claim as news have that he paid school fees for other students while in Babcock.
Olusegun Ojuola, Davido’s former Head of Department at Babcock University, stated that the musician paid the fees of several underprivileged students at the university.
He revealed the news during an interview in which he also shared some of Davido’s fondest moments prior to his graduation in 2015.
Ojuola described the DMW boss as a “unique student” who was liked not just for his popularity but also for his personality.
His stay in school has also been a blessing to some indigent students whom the Lord has used David to pay their school fees,” he said.
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The lecturer revealed that the ‘FEM’ crooner also had his own struggles in school.
Ojuola said; “Yeah. The first was the day he wore a ragged jeans to school and I chased him out of my office and told him to leave the faculty immediately.
“He was quite visibly shaken and since then he never wore that stuff to school. Another is that sometimes, when he had shows and he tried to play truancy and begged me to tell the dad that he was in school, I always refused and told him I would never lie. So he caught that message and I made him to make up for missed classes.”