Nigerian musician bag Computer engineering degree
Bad Boy Timz, Nigerian singer, has obtained a first degree in computer engineering from Bells University of Technology, Ota in Ogun state.
The fast-rising artiste took to his Twitter page on Saturday to break the news in a terse post alongside photos of himself clad in a graduation gown.
“Engr. BadBoyTimz (Computer Engineering). Your dreams are valid #shockabsorbers,” he wrote.
ENGR. BADBOYTIMZ 🎓(Computer Engineering)
Your Dreams Are Valid❤️ #shockabsorbers ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/NPMBuP2Er7
—BAD BOY TIMZ (@Badboytimz) April 10, 2021
NAN reports that 81 students of the institution graduated with first class degrees in the 2019/2020 academic session.
Jeremiah Ojediran, the varsity’s vice-chancellor, who spoke at the institution’s 12th convocation, said a total of 1,026 students graduated from the session.
Giving a breakdown in a statement, Ojediran said 450 graduated with second class upper degrees, 336 had second class lower degrees, 58 had third class while 101 bagged postgraduate degrees.
Born Olorunyemi Oloruntimilehin, the 24-year-old singer has continued to pull the strings since he came into the spotlight.
The singer became a sensattion after featuring in ‘Loading’, a hit track off ‘Carpe Diem’, Olamide’s 2020 album.
He was won several awards as well as recognition including the ‘Rookie of The Year’ category at the 14th edition of the Headies held in February.
He also clinched the ‘Best New Act of the Year’ category at the 2020 City People Music Award.
Source: The Cable Newspapers