- Veteran Nollywood actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo’s daughter recently made him proud and he took to social media to celebrate
- The film star’s first child graduated from Babcock University and photos were shared on his Instagram page
- Valerie Uloaku Onyekwere had a BSc in Computer Science
Parents are usually the first ones to celebrate the success’ of their children because it is always a proud moment for them to see their little ones grow up and make big moves.
Education is one way that parents contribute immensely to the lives of their kids and they try their best to sponsor them to the best schools around.
Just recently, veteran Nollywood actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo, had more than enough reason to celebrate on social media after his first child made him proud to be her father.
The film star’s daughter recently graduated from the university and her obviously proud father took to his Instagram page to celebrate her achievement to the joy of fans.
Kanayo revealed that his daughter had just graduated from Babcock University and that she had her virtual graduation on August 20, 2020.
The film star then revealed that she graduated with a BSc in Computer Science as he asked fans to celebrate with him.
In his words: “Hello friends, my daughter Valerie Uloaku Onyekwere was amongst the graduates who had their virtual convocation ceremony today at Babcock University, Bsc Computer Science. Please plenty shout out ooooo to my first born.”
KOK also shared a cute video of his little one in her graduation garb. See below:
In another post, the actor thanked fans for celebrating with him and expressed that it was not easy for people who do not have rich backgrounds to pay school fees.
He wrote: “Thanks for rejoicing with me on this most auspicious day. You don’t know what it means for those of us who don’t come from rich backgrounds to pay school fees. Chineke Emela oooo.”
See more photos below:
Congrats to Uloaku.
In other news, YEN.com.gh reported that a graduate who sells cow skin aka ponmo in the market explained that people often mock her.
The woman, who graduated from Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, said she no longer made sales like she used to due to the pandemic.
She said some of her ex-coursemates makes jest of her because she sells ponmo (cow skin). According to her, she had to take over her mother's business because she couldn't find a job.
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