Jibola, the son of Fuji maestro Wasiu Alabi Pasuma, has graduated as the best student from Harlan Community Academy, a high school in the United States.
He took to his Instagram account on Friday to share pictures from the graduation ceremony and proudly announced that he graduated with a 4.20 GPA, earning the title of Valedictorian.
Jibola also revealed that he received over $400,000 in scholarship money and was accepted into more than 20 universities.
Celebrating his achievements, he wrote:
“Finally!!!! Moving on to the next step of success. I’m thankful to God, my mom, my dad, my sister, and everyone who helped me along the way.
I’ve received over $400k in scholarship money and secured five full rides, with admissions to over 20 schools. I’m ranked #1 in the school and I’m the Valedictorian with a 4.20 GPA. Committed to UIC HONORS COLLEGE Alhamdulilah… Unto the next step… Forever going up.”
He also shared a video of himself delivering his Valedictorian speech. Watch below,
In other news, popular Nollywood actress, Judy Austin has opened up to her husband, Yul Edochie about a dream, she had about becoming a nation’s president.
The mother of two shared this with her husband, who was the driver, during a conversation in the car.
According to Judy Austin, she dreamt that she stepped out of the United States of America‘s presidential jet, the Airforce One while an entourage of dignitaries welcomed her.
She continued to emphasize how perplexed and helpless she was to piece the dream together. Judy claimed that if she had been an American, possibly one with political ambition, it would have been a simple dream.
However, her husband chimed in and urged her that it might not necessarily be the president of the United States but perhaps that of her country, Nigeria.
Yul Edochie went on to say that a dream is the start of reality and that his wife only needs to work to make the dream come true. She was relieved to have the puzzle pieces fit together as the pair gleefully laughed over it.