Singer Teni Set to Sponsor Final-Year Students Unable To Pay Fees


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Nigerian singer Teni has ignited hope in the hearts of many after she revealed her willingness to sponsor two people for their final year in school.

Since the Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU) is on strike, the singer opted for private university students who have the privilege of still being in school.

 

Several students have reached out to Teni via her tweet as they bid for a chance to become beneficiaries of her generosity.

 

Taking to her Twitter page, Teni revealed that she is ready to sponsor two students in private universities who are in their final years but need assistance with their fees. 

 

“Private school university students if you need assistance with your school fees let me know, wanna help 2 people. 2 Final year students.” 

 

Nigerians react to Teni’s tweet 

 

@Sey_i_s: “We rise by lifting others. ” 

 

@IamHanuoluwapo: “Polytechnic students should be considered too I never pay school fees Mami . God bless you.” 

 

@SinzorkSk: “I’m a final year student of Afe Babalola University, and pls I need help with completing my fees. My final exams starts In May.” 

 

@r_er_a: “I’m a final year Law student from Elizade university, Ondo state. I’ll be happy if this works out” 

 

@The4dguy: “Dear Teni , I’m a student of Crescent University Abeokuta , I have only two payments left which is my last year tuition and project fee , I’ll be glad if you can come through for me #Tenimakanaki” 

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