- Singer, Niniola, 32-year-old , recently purchased Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms for 30 Nigerian students
- The singer revealed this in an Instagram post where she stated that she took the initiative through the platform of her foundation, Adopt a Child's Education
- She also stated that she plans to live up to her father's legacy by walking in his shoes
Singer Niniola Apata famously known as Niniola has earned the respect of many social media users after she revealed that she recently purchased Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms for 30 Nigerian students.
The 32-year-old curvy singer shared the news on her social media page where she stated that she took the initiative through the platform of her foundation, Adopt a Child's Education. Apata shared a screenshot of the printed copy of names of the lucky students from several areas of the country who are benefiting from her good will.
Asides being a talented singer and a blessing to the blossoming Nigerian music industry, Ninola revealed her plans to live up to her late father's legacy.
Recall that the singer and her young sister, Teni Apata, recently shared heartfelt tribute to their late father on social media. A man who was well known for contributing to the growth of education by advocating for its standard in the country.
With her foundation, Niniola has changed the lives of 30 students who might have otherwise had their family struggle to provide money for JAMB forms.
Here are the names of the lucky students below:
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari recently reduced the cost of JAMB forms from N5,000 to N3,000. The president also reduced the cost of National Examination Council forms from N11,350 to N9,850.
According to the media aide to the president, Bashir Ahmad, the reduction will take effect from January 2019.
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