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Nigerian singer, David Adeleke awards 5-year scholarship to poor boy who cannot afford university education despite having 100% score in high school

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Nigerian singer, David Adeleke awards 5-year scholarship to poor boy who cannot afford university education despite having 100% score in high school

Nigerian musician, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has awarded a 4 or 5-year fully funded scholarship to a poor boy who cannot afford a university education despite scoring A in all his high school subjects.

The poor boy who hails from Ghana, Africa is known as Morro Suleyman. He attended the Sunyani Senior High School, Ghana and was the best student in his school having aced the West African Examination Council (WAEC) exam.

Suleyman was said to be having issues proceeding in his studies after high school due to financial constraints. Announcing his challenge on Twitter, Nana Yaw asked that he should be blessed with finances as he is very intelligent.

The story of the boy got the attention of the Nigerian music star who consequently led a search for him. Eventually, he was contacted and awarded a Sull Scholarship to study in Adeleke University, South-West, Nigeria.

David Adeleke who announced that he has awarded him a scholarship thanked everyone that helped him to reach the boy in need.

“We have contacted Suleyman who lives in Ghana and he has been given a full 4/5 year scholarship to Adeleke university .. accommodation and allowance included ! God bless y’all,” David wrote on Twitter.

 

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