Famous Nigerian musician David Adeleke popularly known by his stage name as Davido has created another controversy which is currently trending on social media. Three years after obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Babcock University in Ilisan-Remos, Ogun State in the south western part of Nigeria, popular Nigerian musician David Adeleke popularly known by his stage name as Davido was captured registering for the NYSC program in Lagos orientation camp.
Davido has since been tagged on Instagram as the latest corps member in town as he registered to join the National Youth Service Corps parade at the NYSC orientation camp in Iyana Ipaja/Agege area of Lagos State, Nigeria.
In a post on his Instagram account Davido said;
“I just registered for NYSC kamming”.
The famous Nigerian pop star was seen posing for photos with corps members and officials of the National Youth Service Corps at the orientation camp in Lagos.
However, it is widely reported by some media that the pop star might have some interest in politics in the future and so therefore, decided to go for the mandatory one-year national youth service scheme.
To confirm the claim that the artiste is interested in politics, Davido in one of his post on Instagram stated that he needs to block all loopholes, giving an impression of his intention to run for an elective and political office in Nigeria in the future.
In 2015, Davido graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Babcock University in Ogun State, Nigeria. His graduation ceremony was graced by several Nigerian celebrities like Don Jazzy, and a host of other top musical stars in Nigeria. The NYSC program is a one-year mandatory national service any Nigerian graduate of tertiary institution below the age of 30 years old must go through before he can work in any government establishments in Nigeria.
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