Olamide Adedeji a.k. a Badoo sang in one of his song, “legendry hustler” I’m a story book, let the children read me,” and recently he proved that he meant those lyrics above as he offered his life for children of Ogun State origin to learn from when he honored an invitation to be a mentor at a summer camp organize for school pupils in Ogun State.

Olamide Adedeji a.k. a Badoo sang in one of his song, “legendry hustler” I’m a story book, let the children read me,” and recently he proved that he meant those lyrics above as he offered his life for children of Ogun State origin to learn from when he honored an invitation to be a mentor at a summer camp organize for school pupils in Ogun State.

Olamide Adedeji a.k. a Badoo sang in one of his song, “legendry hustler” I’m a story book, let the children read me,” and recently he proved that he meant those lyrics above as he offered his life for children of Ogun State origin to learn from when he honored an invitation to be a mentor at a summer camp organize for school pupils in Ogun State.

 

Olamide used the opportunity to unveil the reason why he dropped out of Tai Solarin University Of Education in 2011. Many had speculated that he dropped out of school because he could not meet the mental academic demands, but Olamide put to rest all those rumors and speculations when he revealed that he left school because his father could not afford his fees.

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The hit maker how ever charged the pupils to take their studies seriously and be prayerful “I want to tell you that you must always put God first in everything you are doing. Be focused and there is nothing you cannot achieve, if you are discipline,” the Durosoke crooner said.© Nigeriafilms.com

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