Fuji maestro Wasiu Ayinde's son bags first-class honours from Royal Holloway University, England

Fuji maestro Wasiu Ayinde's son bags first-class honours from Royal Holloway University, England

- Veteran fuji musician Wasiu Ayinde’s son has just graduated university with a first-class honours in economics

- The proud father celebrated the accomplishments of his son via a post on social media

- Fans, well-wishers joined the much-loved musician in celebrating

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It is indeed a moment of joyful celebration for veteran fuji musician, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall, following the recent academic feat of his son, El-Amin Ademola Adio.

The young man made his father proud by bagging a first-class honours in economics from the prestigious Royal Holloway University in Egham, England.

Wasiu in a post shared on social media appreciated the lord on behalf of his son and also offered some words of prayers for him.

"Congratulations El- Amin Ademola Adio, the son of Olasunkanmi Oyinde and Olayinka Agbeke, as you are today honoured by Royal Holloway University in Egham, England. Bachelor of Science- First class. Honours in Economics," he wrote.

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Fuji maestro Wasiu Ayinde's son bags first-class honours from Royal Holloway University, England
Fuji maestro Wasiu Ayinde's and son. Photo: Facebook/Otunba Sesan Rufai/K1 De Ultimate
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Recall that the father had paid a visit to his son’s school around October 2019. In a video clip that surfaced on social media, Wasiu’s son was seen giving him a grand tour of the prestigious institution.

He was seen making occasional stops as his son gave him explanations during the tour.

Check out the post of the proud dad celebrating his son’s achievement below:

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Fans and well-wishers also joined the fuji maestro in celebrating the feat of his boy.

Read some congratulatory messages below:

Adetutu Awobona: "Congratulations sir God will still allow all your children to prosper and be important citizens ALL YOUR LABOUR'S on your children will be alright in shall Allah amin."

Adeyemi G. Adegoke: "Proud Dad! I know how you feel sir, ones again congratulations to you and the entire family!"

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Babatunde Afuwape: "Congratulations to the Graduand and the Father. This is a remarkable achievement."

Akindele Stella: "King Fuji Ayinde K1 you have just started in seeing the goodness of your children in Jesus name."

Idowu Waliu: "Congratulations sir God will still allow all your children to prosper and be important citizens."

Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that Wasiu made some revealing information about his life during an interview with media executive, Dele Momodu, on Instagram.

The fuji maestro explained that he educated himself by moving with people who are educated.

On why he did not further his education, Wasiu disclosed that he diverted from the dream because as a young man he was already making so much money in his career as a musician.

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