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  • Nigerian Celebrities Who Went Back To School Despite The Fame

  • 1. DAVIDO: The truth is if Davido had refused to go back to school after he dropped out of Oakwood University, Alabama in the United States of America, it wouldn't have affected his status or career..

    However, the music star returned to Babcock University to bag a degree in music. Davido graduated in 2015. He attempted to take part in the mandatory National Youths Service Corps programme, but that dream was cut short controversially.

    2. DJ CUPPY: Prior to joining the entertainment industry, Florence Otedola popularly known as DJ Cuppy already had a degree in Business and Economics from Kings College in London.

    The billionaire heiress to the Otedola dynasty's steady rise to stardom did not deter her as she went back to the prestigious New York University in 2015, where she bagged a Master's degree in Music Business.

    Just when we thought the popular DJ was going to basking in the euphoria of her fame, she returned to school. In 2021, Cuppy gained admission to the prestigious University of Oxford to pursue a Master's degree in African Studies.

    3. REMA: Divine Ikubor also known as Rema's overnight rise to prominence as a teenager came with a lot of questions.

    Everyone wanted to know how and where the teenager got so much talent from. His educational background was never really an open conversation.

    Surprisingly, in 2022, the music announced that he was going to further his education. According to him, he gained admission to the University of Lagos to pursue a degree in Creative Arts.

    He added that his mother's insistence led to his return to school.


    4. ODUNLADE ADEKOLA: The Nollywood actor has become a household name over the last decade.

    On social media, he is one of the kings of memes while in movies, he leaves fans and even critics laughing out loud.

    In 2018, the frisky actor graduated with a degree in Business Administration from the University of Lagos.

    In an interview, the actor debunked the claims that he was an absentee student during his days in school..

    4. KANAYO .O. KANAYO: KOK needs no introduction as he is one of the pioneers of Nollywood. The movie veteran's acting prowess earned him a reputation many only wish to attain in the future.

    Despite being a movie icon and national honour awardee, the movie star surprised many when he announced in 2019 that he had graduated with Law degree from the University of Abuja.

    In 2020, he was called to bar by the Nigeria Law School.

    6. KOREDE BELLO: Mavin superstar, Korede Bello went back to the Nigerian Institute of Journalism in Lagos to further his education.

    In 2015, He was among the best 6 students to bag a distinction in Higher Diploma.

    During that period, he was also awarded the best student in “Editorial Writing” by the Monotechnic.

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