- The chairman of Lagos state NURTW, MC Oluomo, has rejoiced as his daughter, Falilat Seun Akinsanya, earned a degree from the University of Miami
- MC Oluomo prayed for Falilat as he showered well wishes on her in an Instagram post that included her graduation pictures
- The transport boss also prayed that parents putting efforts into bringing up their children will get good results
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The chairman of NURTW Lagos branch, MC Olumo, has celebrated his daughter, Falilat Seun Akinsanya, as she bagged a degree from the University of Miami.
In a post on his Instagram account on Saturday, May 9, he spoke about how he is so proud of her and how the whole family wishes her further successes and achievements.
He also used the opportunity to pray that every parent will reap from the labour they have invested in bringing up their children.
See the Instagram post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Beninese man, Bonaventure Dossou, was able to use to the power of technology to bridge the language gap between him and his mother.
He said that she always sent him voice messages in Fon, a Beninese language when he was in Russia studying but he does not understand the language completely.
"My mum cannot write Fon and I don't speak the language very well but I'm fluent in French. I frequently ask my sister to help me understand some of the phrases mum uses," he said.
With the help of a Nigerian named Chris Emezue, they were able to develop an AI that could be likened to Google Translate, a programme they named FFR.
The two students are among many students who are using the power of AI to drive the understanding of human language.
If not for the coronavirus lockdown, both would have made a presentation of their work ICLR in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital.
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In other news, Legendary Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem, spoke in-depth about the 50 Cent saga that happened many years ago when the American rapper was invited to perform in Nigeria.
In his Instagram live chat with Samklef, a famous beat producer, he said that the sacrifice he made in standing his ground against the shabby ways Nigerian musicians were treated made the way for many today.
The Jaga Jaga crooner said that when he insisted to be given the same classy treatment as 50 Cent, he knew what he was risking, adding that he had to either choose between being weak or doing what is best.
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