- A young Nigerian lady who asked people to donate money for her school fee has finally received help
- The founder of BTDT Hub, Dr Dipo Awojide, came to Adegoke Boluwatife's rescue after she tweeted that she needed to pay school fee before she could be allowed to write her final exams
- Nigerians have showered praises on Dr Awojide for putting a smile on the lady's face
A Nigerian lady identified as Adegoke Boluwatife has finally got the help she needed regarding payment for school fee after taking to social media to share her plights.
Tifemi with the Twitter handle, @tifemi26 had on May 12 asked Nigerians to come to her rescue as her examinations were fast approaching and she would not be allowed to write if she didn't pay school fees.
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The final year student's tweet read in part:
"My name is Adegoke Bolutife and I’m a final year student of Ekiti state university affiliated with Emmanuel Alayande college of education, in Oyo town. I’m here to ask for your financial help. My final exams start next week and I’m owing school fee."
She said she was owing N55,000 and urged people to donate whatever they could so as to write her examinations and graduate.
Doctor Dipo Awojide, founder of a human capital development firm, BTDT Hub, put a smile on the lady's face by paying her school fees and wishing her success in her exams.
"We just made this payment from @BTDTHub. Good luck in your examinations."
Nigerians were impressed and soon flooded Dr Awojide's post to commend him for his kind gesture.
"Thanks for this kind gesture @OgbeniDipo. God bless you and your team."
"God bless Dr Dipo Awojide and the entire BTDTHub team."
"Thanks Uncle Dipo. God bless you more."
Legit.ng previously reported that Chigbu-Jonah Chimamaka, a final year medical student of Bowen University in Iwo, Osun state, called on Nigerians to help her raise the sum of N4.8 million required to facilitate her graduation.
The student took to her Twitter page on Sunday, April 26, 2020, to make the plea, saying every contribution would go a long way to save her career.