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Kudos, Knocks As Seyi Makinde’s Daughter Graduates From Top US University



Makinde celebrates daughter's graduation from Yale University

The Governor of Oyo state, Seyi Makinde, has celebrated his daughter’s graduation from Yale University in the US.

The proud father who could not hide his joy took to his X official account on Tuesday and wrote, Congratulations, my darling Tobi on your graduation from Yale University yesterday. Your hard work and diligence paid off.”

Makinde added, “

“Wishing you all the best as you embark on a new chapter of your life and I’m also glad that “I have one less school fees to pay’.”

Pictures from Tobi Makinde’s graduation below 👇

While some netizens congratulated the governor and his entire family, others criticized the governor’s choice of sending his children abroad. See some comments below:

 @tunji said, “Congratulations to her your Excellency. It is my prayer that the Lord shall bless her efforts and make her potential flourish in the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

” E ku inawo ati in ara. Won a se Omo fun yin pe ni oruko Jesu. The best legacy to give your children is sound education.”

@officialmarcorn said, “Congratulations to her and to the family, this is a big win.”

@victor_abiolaa said, “Congratulations, our Governor.”

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 @emekene said, “The audacity you Nigerian politicians posts pictures of your kids graduating in foreign universities is very surprising how the citizens let you go easily.”

 @oluwatayofem said, “Ul and other institutions are too low for our political office holders and we expected them to take our public institutions seriously. Congratulations anyway.”

 @lekeyor said, “You can’t send your daughter to Ibadan university when you know that it is not standard and you refuse to develop the school shame on you sir.”

 @Adepoju89500205 suggested, “Congratulations to her. I think a law that will prevent political/ public office holders, starting from local government chairmen and councilors, governors and commissioners, members of HOAs, the president, ministers, members of the National Assembly, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, the AGF, CBN gov, COS and other prominent public officers from sending their children to school abroad should be passed. 

“This is because most of the children of these public/political office holders are not in Nigeria, which is why most of them do not care about the welfare of Nigerian students. They should be forced to go to any federal or state university.”

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