Seyi Vibez to sponsor talented little girl’s primary education in honor of his late mother

Nigerian singer, Balogun Afolabi Oluwaloseyi, better known as Seyi Vibez, has pledged to sponsor the education of a young girl who went viral after displaying her music talent.

The primary 2 pupil was recently captured on tape singing one of his hit songs in a committed manner and this caught the attention of the Afrobeats star.

Seyi Vibez sponsor girl education

Seyi Vibez announced through his Instagram page that he will bear the cost of the young girl’s educational needs until she graduates from primary school in honor of his late mother.

He wrote: “Heard you’re in primary 2! In honor of my late mother, I’m sponsoring you until you graduate from primary school.”

See the post:

Reacting, @iamLastdon asked: Primary school or university?

@Adetayo06587996: My sister weh just start to deh hear seyi last month sabi all seyi album for head why you no go like seyi.

Meanwhile, in similar news…

A commercial keke rider who went viral for returning a passenger’s N15 million which he found in his tricycle revealed that the owner offered to train him in school.

Auwalu Salisu said the Chadian businessman who gave him N400,000 for returning the money, promised to train him from Senior Secondary one (SS1) till he completes High school.

He revealed that he dropped out of school in SS2 because his parents could not afford to continue paying his school fees. According to the 22-year-old keke driver, his benefactor also said he will support him throughout his endeavour in the university.

In response to whether he chose keke riding over schooling, Auwalu said; “Is there anyone in the world who would prefer to be illiterate instead of being educated? It was never my intention to halt my educational journey. It was due to financial difficulties.

I discontinued schooling when I was in Senior Secondary School Two because my parents couldn’t afford to sponsor my third year at school. If I received sponsorship at that time, I would have returned to school. However, I have already found a sponsor. The individual whose money I returned promised to sponsor my education from SSS One to Three in a private school and has also pledged to support all my endeavours in a higher institution.”