A Babcock Student Receives Her Graduate Degree A Year After Teni Paid Her N1.5 Million In Tuition

Teni Apata, a Nigerian female singer and songwriter better known by her first name Teni, is gaining attention for her generosity as a Babcock University student she helped financially in 2022 has already completed her studies. Eno, a Twitter user, thanked Teni for assisting her buddy graduate after she paid the N1.5 million tuition fee.

Teni had stated her plan to assist two final-year students from any private university who were having trouble paying their tuition in 2022. In response to Teni’s post, Eno went on to ask the singer for assistance on her friend’s behalf, explaining that her friend needed N500,000 to cover her tuition. Teni offered to deposit N1.5 million into the school’s account in response to the tweet.

One year later, Eno has now turned to social media to thank the artist for saving her friend.

This encouraging news comes on the heels of Teni’s recent Instagram announcement that she is recovering from a health issue. Teni posted videos on her Instagram account showing the numerous medications she had taken, which played a crucial role in her quick recovery.

Teni described her struggle, revealing that she had significant difficulties opening her mouth, leaving her unable to eat correctly and speak effectively with others.

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