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WATCH: Parents, teachers stunned as students sing ‘I need Igbo and Shayo’ at graduation (Video)

Posted By Prisca Uzor [admin] | In Celebrity News, Viral | Aug 15, 2022, 1:30 pm

Parents, teachers stunned as students sing ‘I need Igbo and Shayo’ at graduation (Video)

 

A video showing a group of High School students singing at their graduation ceremony has gone viral on social media.

The graduating students of an undisclosed school, left parents and staff of the school speechless as they sang DJ Neptune and Grammy-winner, Burna Boy’s hit song ”Igbo and Shayo’

 

Boys and girls who were in their school uniform, performed the song so energetically that it reverberated throughout the hall.

 

In the video, elderly people that attended the event could be seen watching the kids in silent amazement.

 

A Twitter user @Mahdi06085312, who claims to be a student of the school, shared a clip of the graduating students.

He wrote; ”Burna boy see wetin you cause for my graduation 😂 #BurnaBoy @burnaboy”.

See the video below..

Burna boy see wetin you cause for my graduation 😂 #BurnaBoy @burnaboy pic.twitter.com/w8v0ZEY6dl

— yoouunng booyy (@Mahdi06085312) August 13, 2022

anwhile, a young Nigerian man identified as Destiny Ogedegbe, has gained admission into Harvard University and the University of Oxford.

He made the announcement via Twitter on Saturday, 13th of August, 2022, while celebrating the development.

 

According to Destiny, he is among four Nigerians admitted into Harvard Law School this year and his parents are very proud of him.

 

In his words; ”I’m excited to share that I got admitted into the two most prestigious universities in the world: the University of Harvard and the University of Oxford.

Particularly excited by the fact that I’m one of 4 Nigerians admitted this year to the Harvard Law School LLM Programme — the most competitive law programme in the world — on a scholarship. Also humbled to be one of the very few Nigerians admitted by the University of Oxford for the prestigious BCL Programme; humbled by the conferment of the Wiedenfeld Hoffmann Scholarship and recognised as a Hoffmann Scholar of Oxford.

 

These are the only two schools I have ever applied to for graduate studies and I got into both. They both did the right thing, I suspect, because this story is already written in the stars —this is merely the mortal manifestation of God’s ideal. I have no other explanation. My parents are excited, but also pleasantly confused. This is beyond them. Because from where we come, folks don’t wake up and dream of Harvard or Oxford. Now, my mum describes me in our dialect as “the child who was born with gold in his hands”. Everyone is happy about it.

God has been kind to me. Beyond the pomp and circumstance of self-pride in my efforts that went into this process, my recurring feeling is self-perpetuating gratitude to God and to all those he used along the way to make this a reality. I have amazing sponsors, mentors and friends around me. I love and appreciate them all. Can I forget how immensely supportive they have been to me? Certainly not, not in this lifetime of promise and pleasant surprises.

Today, I woke up in Boston, Massachusetts. I’ll be undertaking my LLM Programme at the Harvard Law School for the next year with focus on Corporate & Project Finance. God is writing a meaningful biography on my behalf — this is my favorite chapter yet — and I’ll come back to tell you this ends.”

 

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