In a remarkable and inspiring achievement, the famous Nigerian Fuji musician, Akorede Babatunde Okunola, widely recognized as Saheed Osupa, has successfully graduated from the esteemed University of Ibadan (UI) at the age of 54.
Osupa’s academic journey culminated on Wednesday, as he proudly received his Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) in Political Science with a coveted Second Class Honors, Upper Division, officially earning the prestigious title of a university graduate.
Saheed Osupa, a prolific musician celebrated for his contributions to the Fuji music genre, took to his official Instagram page to share the exciting news with his fans and the general public. His joy was palpable as he revealed his academic accomplishment, emphasizing that he had graduated with the coveted Class 2.1 designation, a testament to his dedication and hard work.
The graduation ceremony, held at the University of Ibadan, was a momentous occasion that marked a significant milestone in Osupa’s life. The artist shared a series of captivating photos from the convocation ceremony, capturing the essence of this momentous achievement.
In a heartfelt post on his Instagram account, Saheed Osupa expressed his gratitude and pride, stating, “Today, I attended the Convocation Ceremony of the University Of Ibadan, where I graduated, bagging a Bachelor of Science degree (BSc) in Political Science with Second Class Honour, Upper Division. The public should be aware that I am now a graduate of the prestigious University Of Ibadan, Class 21.”
This accomplishment is a testament to Saheed Osupa’s determination, perseverance, and commitment to lifelong learning. His ability to excel both in the world of music and academics showcases his multifaceted talents and serves as an inspiration to aspiring individuals, demonstrating that it is never too late to pursue education and fulfill one’s dreams.
As Saheed Osupa enters this new phase of life, his fans and well-wishers join him in celebrating this momentous achievement and look forward to witnessing the continued success of this iconic figure in both the music and academic worlds.