Actress Stella Damasus' daughter gets full scholarship to study at Ivy League college (video)

Actress Stella Damasus' daughter gets full scholarship to study at Ivy League college (video)

- Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus, has taken to social media to share her proud mother moment with fans

- The film star revealed that one of her daughters, Angelica Aboderin, got a full scholarship to study at an Ivy League university

- In the video shared on the actress’ page, Angelica was seen holding a Columbia University flag as she announced the good news

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Veteran Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus, has taken to social media via her Instagram page to share good news with her fans.

The young lady shared with fans the good news of one of her daughters, Angelica Aboderin, who had obtained a full scholarship to study at an Ivy League university.

Stella shared a video of her daughter announcing the good news as she held a Columbia University flag.

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In the caption of the Instagram post, the proud mother said that her daughter worked hard and deserves the scholarship.

She wrote: “Words cannot express my gratitude to God right now. My second daughter @angelicatooni will be attending an ivy league college on FULL scholarship. She worked hard and deserves this. Prayer and fasting works and then when you put in the work it is guaranteed. I love you baby and I am so proud of you.”

See her post below:

Congratulations to Angelica.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola, took to social media to celebrate one of his daughters, DJ Cuppy, after she attained another feat in her music career.

The young lady revealed that she now has a radio show on Apple Music. She said that the show is called Africa Now and that it will be airing weekly.

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Femi Otedola, also took to his social media page to share how proud he is of his daughter’s achievement.

The proud father said that his daughter has made history by being the first African to have a show on Apple Music.

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