- Mavin boss, Donjazzy’s father, recently graduated from the university after four years
- He studied Film and Television Production and bagged a BA honours
- The proud entertainer took to social media to celebrate his dad
- He also explained that he just might return to school
It is a time of joy in the family of ace music producer and Mavin Records boss, Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy. His father recently graduated from the university after studying a four year course.
The entertainer’s father, Collins Enebeli, graduated from Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland, where he studied Film and Television Production and bagged a BA honours.
This is quite interesting seeing as he is not a young man and his children are buoyant enough to take care of his needs.
Several uneducated Nigerian parents do not see the need to return to school especially if their children are already properly cared for.
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The proud star could not contain his joy as he took to Instagram to share photos of his father and also revealed that he might also return to school.
"Everybody plssss help me congratulate my super dad @MAVINgrandpa as he just got his BA Hons Film and Television production. I am soooooo proud of you dad. 4 years of learning at this age is not beans. But you did it and did it well. You have set an example for me to follow. I might just go back to Uni too."
The elderly man's choice of course is perhaps inspired by wanting to also make an input in the entertainment industry. His son, Don Jazzy, has successfully made a name for himself in music and has even paved way for other upcoming artistes.
This is a great move on Collins Enebeli's part and it is highly commendable.
Kudos to him.
Legit.ng earlier reported that a 68-year-old Kenyan woman finally went back to school after 45 years.
The granny, Veronicah Kaleso, urged those who dropped school to have second thought and emulate her, saying education is the key to everything.
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