Several Nigerian celebrities have teamed up to celebrate popular Instagram comedian, brand influencer, cinematographer and talented entertainer, Apaokagi Maryam, popularly known as Taaooma on the completion of her mandatory National Youth Service Corp (NYSC).
Big names like Amarachi Kanu, BBC pidgin, Korede Bello, Bella Naija, Uti Nwachukwu, Sound Sultan, Sydney Talker, Dr Dorlor (CEO of Drdolor entertainment), Terry Apala, Poco Lee, Mcsmith Ochendo, and others.
Sharing photos on her NYSC outfit, she wrote: "I can't thank God enough, God bless God! NYSC Kapeesh. We move".
Since the post was made via her Instagram page, people have flooded her page to celebrate with thw young girl on her great educational achievement.
"Congratulations T," popular Nigerian singer, Korede Bello wrote her.
"Congratulations dear," veteran musician, Sound Sultan reacted.
"Congratulations," Amara Kanu wrote her.
The importance of education in human life can never be overemphasized. And it gives me joy when I see youths who refused to be carried away by fame and fortune that they have to abandon their education. Sadly for such persons, they fail to understand that fame and fortune may vanish or disappoint you along the line, but your educational achievement can never disappoint you.
Congrats to the young and hardworking girl.
Photos credit: Instagram.
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