Nigerian singer, Oxlade, has taken to social media to appreciate popular broadcaster, Funmi Iyanda for making it possible for him to gain both primary and secondary school education.
The singer in a recent post on Twitter, celebrated Iyanda and revealed to his many fans how she gave him a scholarship which covered both his primary and secondary school education.
He wrote: "God bless Funmi iyanda ...Her NGO gave me a scholarship that catered for my primary and secondary school education....She really took the weight off grandma’s neck..."
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See some reactions to his post below:
Still on appreciating people who have helped others, a woman, Chabe Kgalalelo, took to social media on Thursday to post photos of her "biggest project" this year.
The beautiful lady revealed she built her parents their dream home, splashing millions to make the house perfect.
She captioned the post: "Finally finished my biggest project of 2019. A dream home for my parents. A token of appreciation to them for I am because they are. A multi-million home. I am so happy and humbled. I grew up with nothing but a dream to become."
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Meanwhile, a Twitter user recently gave a lot of social media users some food for thought about parenting. The lady who goes under the Twitter handle, @neauxna, stated that parents need to understand that their kids don't belong to them.
According to her, rather than focus on living through their kids, parents should focus on helping them become the best version of themselves.
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