The comic group, consisting of Muiz Sani (15 years), Malik Sani (10 years) and Favas (13 years), is known for creating and imitating multimillion-dollar music videos, Hollywood movie trailers and epic feature films. from everyday life.
Members of Ikorodu Bois took the opportunity after the group shared their home remake of the trailer for Netflix movie Extraction on social media and was later invited to the premier of the Extraction2 movie coming out soon.
The popular group took to their instagram page to celebrate their graduation from high school yesterday.
The group is sponsored at the school by billionaire Femi Otedola through her daughter's Cuppy Foundation.
They appreciated the billionaires support to them and also promised to further their education and not allow their skit making disrupt their performance academically.
They shared their graduation photo and wrote:
"We are proud of ourselves that we never let our hermitage affect our education! Congratulations on our graduation!!"
Thank you for sponsoring our training, sir! @femiotedola
Thank you @cuppyfoundation @cuppymusic
On the next level !!!
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