Popular DJ Maphorisa set to invest in his education as he prepares to return to school

Popular DJ Maphorisa set to invest in his education as he prepares to return to school

- DJ Maphorisa recently announced that he is going back to school

- The super successful artist is investing in his education and South Africans are proud

- He is creating a positive example as a role model in SA

DJ Maphorisa is setting those positive role model examples by going back to school to further his studies. The man is on a mission.

Education is vitally important and it is even more important for our public figures to promote it and set a positive example for the younger generations who look up to them.

Legit.ng learnt that DJ Maphorisa has decided to go back to school this year and invest in his education rather than his car collection.

Despite being insanely successful in his career, DJ Maphorisa knows and values the importance of education. He took to social media to reveal this news and South Africans are proud.

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The Gqom DJ is proud of himself and so is the rest of his country. It is never too late to be educated! He is an inspiration.

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DJ Maphorisa is not the first super successful South African celeb to go back to school, DJ Black Coffee did too. These celebs are setting a positive example and reminding the world that it is never too late.

In other news, Legit.ng had previously gathered the report of Nigerian singer Korede Bello, who had taken to social media with a post in which he addressed the issue of poverty. According to the young singer, the only way to help poor people is for rich people to maintain their wealthy status.

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