Davido Paid Other Students School Fees While At Babcock -Lecturer

Nigerian Musician, Davido.

Popular Nigerian afrobeats singer, David Adeleke, professionally known as Davido can be described as one of the Nigerian celebrity with the largest heart.

This was also confirmed by Davido’s former Head of Department at Babcock university, Olusegun Ojuola.

While speaking in an interview, he disclosed that when Davido was a student in the school, he paid the school fees of some indigent students in the school.

He also shared some of Davido’s fondest memories before he graduated in 2015.

Ojuola described the DMW boss as a “unique student” who was admired not only for his popularity but for his personality.

He said: “His stay in school has also been a blessing to some indigent students whom the Lord has used David to pay their school fees.”

The lecturer also revealed that the ‘Jowo’ crooner had some struggles he had to deal with while 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.”

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