A Nigerian man with the name Kolawole Babatayo has successfully barged a PhD degree, according to the man, his mother made a lot of sacrifices in other to raise him and pay for his West African Examination Council fees during the time of national exams in 1997. The man barged his PhD in financial accounting.
Babatayo claims that his mother, who is now late, was not able to see how far he has made it in life, infact he was going to make her mother enjoy the fruit of her labour having barged ND, Bsc, Msc and PhD. Babatayo made a good recommendation on his mother with the name Aduke who made sacrifices for him to be able to go to school. According to Kolawole, his mother sold her clothes so as to pay off a debt taken for his WAEC registration in 1997. The issue of the PhD holder is very embarrassing.
Due to the death of the mother in the late 1990's, he was not able to enjoy himself well after the barging the great positions. The man bought a glass plaque written on top, may your soul rest in perfect peace Mum and placed it at the cemetery. Follow me for more updates.
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