- The unemployed graduate of Ladoke Akintola University, who returned his certificate to the school, has revealed his plans for the monetary gift he got
- Oludare Alaba, who demanded a refund of his tuition fees and other expenses from the institution, said he would give a percentage to his church
- Additionally, he said he would gift his friends and father a token from the money and use the rest to start a business
The unemployed graduate of Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomoso, who returned his certificate and demanded a refund of his tuition fees, has revealed his plans for the N500,000 donation from the school alumni.
According to Oludare Alaba, he will first pay his tithe off the N500,000 donation given to him by the Global Alumni Association of the school.
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The Alumni of the school had gifted jobless Alaba the amount following the viral story of him returning his certificate to the institution in place of his tuition fees and other expenses he paid while he studied at the university.
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The N500,000 was given to Alaba to cushion the effect of economic hardship on his life.
According to the Tribune, Alaba said he would give 10 per cent of the money as a tithe to his church, the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG). He also said he would provide another 10 per cent to the less fortunate in society and some of his friends in the same situation as him.
A promise kept
Alaba said he vowed that any money which comes into his hands in the form of financial assistance, 10 per cent, would be taken as tithe and another 10 per cent given to society.
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He said he heard someone in dire need of financial assistance over the radio and pledged to reach out to the person.
The graduate said he would also give a token to his father, who supported him through the university, and he would use the remaining amount to buy a laptop and a smartphone to start an online business.
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