Meet Davido's Grandfather Chief Raji Ayoola Adeleke, He Became a registered Nurse in 1947

Meet Davido's Grandfather Chief Raji Ayoola Adeleke, He Became a registered Nurse in 1947

- An Instagram page called Yoruba blog recently revealed the identity of Davido's grandfather, Chief Adeleke

- Chief Adeleke achieved great things in his life and career as he was conferred with the title of Balogun of Ede

- Davido's grandfather reportedly married a beautiful woman from Enugu state

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An Instagram page called Yoruba blog has shared an interesting post about singer Davido's grandfather, Chief Raji Ayoola Adeleke.

The late chief was said to be a second republic senator and labour activist from Ede who represented Osun Senatorial District 11.

Chief Adeleke was reportedly born by Madam Adeboyin of OniIegogoro's compound who was one of the most outstanding Iyalode (the head of market women) that Ede ever produced.

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Davido with his dad and grandfather
An Instagram blog shares the history of Davido's grandfather. Photos: @davido, @yoruba_blog
Source: Instagram

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The late Adeleke reportedly earned a registered nurse certificate from the medical department nursing school in 1947 and became an early member of the pioneer union of Nigerian nurses in 1948.

In his lifetime, he was the vice-president and director of the Organisation, United Labour Congress of Nigeria, Federal Labour Advisory Council, and chairman of Nigerian Red Cross in Ede. In 1976, he was conferred with the title of Balogun of Ede.

Davido's grandfather reportedly married twice and his second wife was said to be from Enugu state.

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In other news, earlier reported that Rema reacted after Davido's Fall became the first Afrobeats video with 200 million views on Youtube.

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Davido had earlier mentioned in a reaction to the achievement that he and the music producer had recorded the song as a joke years ago.

Mavin act, Rema joined the list of people who celebrated Davido's milestone.

In a tweet via his official account, the Bounce crooner noted that the feat has never been achieved and he is inspired by it.


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