The Ikorodu Bois are a set of youngsters who recreate music videos, comedy skits, pictures and trending contents in their own domestic style. The youngsters have created a lot of contents that has caught the attention of top personalities in the society, they have been appreciated by the likes of Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Femi Otedola.
Ikorodu Bois with Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
The popular youngsters who just graduated from secondary school have sent a special thanks to famous billionaire, Femi Otedola and his daughter, Florence Otedola for sponsoring their education.
"We are proud of ourselves that we never let our skits affect our education. Thanks for sponsoring our education @Femi Otedola, Thanks @DJ Cuppy, @Cuppy Foundation", Ikorodu Bois wrote on their social media page.
see their post below:
They also shared lovely photos from their graduation ceremony, below are some of their pictures:
DJ Cuppy, other celebrities and fans have reacted to their post, see some of the reactions below:
Congratulations to the youngsters.
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