Nigerian Billionaire, Femi Otedola said that he will start saving for his daughter, Dj Cuppy to further her education after sharing photos they took at her graduation ceremony.
Femi Otedola in his caption on Instagram believes no knowledge is wasted. It's paramount that individual go to school to learn more as it will benefit them later in the future.
After congratulating her he said, "I will start saving for your PhD school fees"
The billionaire is one of the most recognized businessmen globally. With all the amount of assets he has in his possession, he still needs to save to further his daughter's education. He made sure she goes to the best universities outside the country.
Dj Cuppy graduated from oxford university. This is her third degree. First, she studied business and economics at King's College London, then proceeded to New York University for her master's. She has now addressed another master degree.
Dj Cuppy on seeing her dad's post reacted. She said three degrees are enough.
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