- Popular Nigerian talent manager, Soso Soberekon, recently shared one of his regrets with fans in a question and answer session
- He spoke on missing a life changing opportunity because he didn’t have the required degree
- Soberekon revealed this after a curious fan asked if school was important as a creative
Top Nigerian talent manager, Soso Soberekon, recently shared one of his regrets in life after giving fans an opportunity to ask him questions.
The socialite explained the importance of education after a curious fan asked him if school was still needed as a creative.
According to Soberekon, he missed an appointment that could have changed his life because he did not have the required degree.
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Explaining further, the business executive said that education is a major plus in one’s life and he is going back to school so that he would not be limited in any way.
See a screenshot of his post below:
His revelation came at a time when a number of young Nigerians seem to be making it big in the entertainment industry. Read some of the reactions from fans to his post below:
“It's better to have a certificate that you don't need than to need a certificate that you don't have.”
“Education is key most people shouting school na scam?? All of them get degree. Don’t be deceived”
“Yes being creative and educated is a beautiful combination, if you can get a diploma or a degree, please do so. Always good to have something to fall back on.”
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“Well true. Education is sure important but having other life skills is importanter...”
“School is not scam”
“This is it! Education will always have a way of getting back at you if you ever leave it. ”
“That paper is very important. Don't allow what some unfortunate folks tell you”
In other news, Legit.ng reported on top singer, Zlatan Ibile, who questioned the relevance of getting an education on social media.
The Lagos Anthem crooner took to his Twitter page on Friday, February 19, with a photo in which he was spotted rocking a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) uniform.
However, in the caption that accompanied the photo, the rapper questioned the relevance of having to go to school. A number of fans were not pleased and accused him of misleading people.
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