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Korede begs to sit for upcoming exams

BY: Graphic Showbiz
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Everybody knows that Korede Bello is a student at Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) and it is no longer news that a lecturer had threatened to resign if the Mavin Records fast-rising act is allowed to write the forthcoming examinations after failing to meet up with the compulsory 70 percent class attendance set by the school.

But what is news is that after the music act was informed of his ineligibility to take the exams, the Godwin hitmaker allegedly went to meet with top officials of the school to find a way out, using his star status as a leverage but it seems he has hit a stonewall as the lecturer on his case is hell-bent on making good his threats.

Report also has it that the singer came to school and was seen begging one of the school’s notable official to lean on the lecturer in question but Potpourri can tell you  that his situation is not looking particularly good.

 

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Korede Bello, born on February 29 1996, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter currently signed to Mavin Records. He is best known for his hit single Godwin, a semi-gospel and pop song which topped many music charts in Nigeria.

“Korede” which means harvest in English started performing at the age of seven by the stage name African Prince and went on to write his first song after forming a music group with a friend while in primary school.

He started music professionally by recording songs in the studio while in secondary school before he went on to release his first single Forever.

After the release of his first single which got relatively positive reviews, he was introduced to Don Jazzy by his manager, Casmir Uwaegbute after which they recorded some songs together which got Don Jazzy impressed.

On February 28, 2014, he got signed to Mavin Records under which he has recorded popular songs like African Princess and Godwin.

He is currently working on his first studio album and cites Asa and 2face Idibia as people he draws inspiration from.

Source: Vanguard/wikipedia

Everybody knows that Korede Bello is a student at Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) and it is no longer news that a lecturer had threatened to resign if the Mavin Records fast-rising act is allowed to write the forthcoming examinations after failing to meet up with the compulsory 70 percent class attendance set by the school.

But what is news is that after the music act was informed of his ineligibility to take the exams, the Godwin hitmaker allegedly went to meet with top officials of the school to find a way out, using his star status as a leverage but it seems he has hit a stonewall as the lecturer on his case is hell-bent on making good his threats.

Report also has it that the singer came to school and was seen begging one of the school’s notable official to lean on the lecturer in question but Potpourri can tell you  that his situation is not looking particularly good.

Korede Bello, born on February 29 1996, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter currently signed to Mavin Records. He is best known for his hit single Godwin, a semi-gospel and pop song which topped many music charts in Nigeria.

“Korede” which means harvest in English started performing at the age of seven by the stage name African Prince and went on to write his first song after forming a music group with a friend while in primary school.

He started music professionally by recording songs in the studio while in secondary school before he went on to release his first single Forever.

After the release of his first single which got relatively positive reviews, he was introduced to Don Jazzy by his manager, Casmir Uwaegbute after which they recorded some songs together which got Don Jazzy impressed.

On February 28, 2014, he got signed to Mavin Records under which he has recorded popular songs like African Princess and Godwin.

He is currently working on his first studio album and cites Asa and 2face Idibia as people he draws inspiration from.

Source: Vanguard/wikipedia

Everybody knows that Korede Bello is a student at Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) and it is no longer news that a lecturer had threatened to resign if the Mavin Records fast-rising act is allowed to write the forthcoming examinations after failing to meet up with the compulsory 70 percent class attendance set by the school.

But what is news is that after the music act was informed of his ineligibility to take the exams, the Godwin hitmaker allegedly went to meet with top officials of the school to find a way out, using his star status as a leverage but it seems he has hit a stonewall as the lecturer on his case is hell-bent on making good his threats.

Report also has it that the singer came to school and was seen begging one of the school’s notable official to lean on the lecturer in question but Potpourri can tell you  that his situation is not looking particularly good.

Korede Bello, born on February 29 1996, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter currently signed to Mavin Records. He is best known for his hit single Godwin, a semi-gospel and pop song which topped many music charts in Nigeria.

“Korede” which means harvest in English started performing at the age of seven by the stage name African Prince and went on to write his first song after forming a music group with a friend while in primary school.

He started music professionally by recording songs in the studio while in secondary school before he went on to release his first single Forever.

After the release of his first single which got relatively positive reviews, he was introduced to Don Jazzy by his manager, Casmir Uwaegbute after which they recorded some songs together which got Don Jazzy impressed.

On February 28, 2014, he got signed to Mavin Records under which he has recorded popular songs like African Princess and Godwin.

He is currently working on his first studio album and cites Asa and 2face Idibia as people he draws inspiration from.

Source: Vanguard/wikipedia

Everybody knows that Korede Bello is a student at Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) and it is no longer news that a lecturer had threatened to resign if the Mavin Records fast-rising act is allowed to write the forthcoming examinations after failing to meet up with the compulsory 70 percent class attendance set by the school.

But what is news is that after the music act was informed of his ineligibility to take the exams, the Godwin hitmaker allegedly went to meet with top officials of the school to find a way out, using his star status as a leverage but it seems he has hit a stonewall as the lecturer on his case is hell-bent on making good his threats.

Report also has it that the singer came to school and was seen begging one of the school’s notable official to lean on the lecturer in question but Potpourri can tell you  that his situation is not looking particularly good.

Korede Bello, born on February 29 1996, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter currently signed to Mavin Records. He is best known for his hit single Godwin, a semi-gospel and pop song which topped many music charts in Nigeria.

“Korede” which means harvest in English started performing at the age of seven by the stage name African Prince and went on to write his first song after forming a music group with a friend while in primary school.

He started music professionally by recording songs in the studio while in secondary school before he went on to release his first single Forever.

After the release of his first single which got relatively positive reviews, he was introduced to Don Jazzy by his manager, Casmir Uwaegbute after which they recorded some songs together which got Don Jazzy impressed.

On February 28, 2014, he got signed to Mavin Records under which he has recorded popular songs like African Princess and Godwin.

He is currently working on his first studio album and cites Asa and 2face Idibia as people he draws inspiration from.

Source: Vanguard/wikipedia

Everybody knows that Korede Bello is a student at Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) and it is no longer news that a lecturer had threatened to resign if the Mavin Records fast-rising act is allowed to write the forthcoming examinations after failing to meet up with the compulsory 70 percent class attendance set by the school.

But what is news is that after the music act was informed of his ineligibility to take the exams, the Godwin hitmaker allegedly went to meet with top officials of the school to find a way out, using his star status as a leverage but it seems he has hit a stonewall as the lecturer on his case is hell-bent on making good his threats.

Report also has it that the singer came to school and was seen begging one of the school’s notable official to lean on the lecturer in question but Potpourri can tell you  that his situation is not looking particularly good.

Korede Bello, born on February 29 1996, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter currently signed to Mavin Records. He is best known for his hit single Godwin, a semi-gospel and pop song which topped many music charts in Nigeria.

“Korede” which means harvest in English started performing at the age of seven by the stage name African Prince and went on to write his first song after forming a music group with a friend while in primary school.

He started music professionally by recording songs in the studio while in secondary school before he went on to release his first single Forever.

After the release of his first single which got relatively positive reviews, he was introduced to Don Jazzy by his manager, Casmir Uwaegbute after which they recorded some songs together which got Don Jazzy impressed.

On February 28, 2014, he got signed to Mavin Records under which he has recorded popular songs like African Princess and Godwin.

He is currently working on his first studio album and cites Asa and 2face Idibia as people he draws inspiration from.

Source: Vanguard/wikipedia

Everybody knows that Korede Bello is a student at Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) and it is no longer news that a lecturer had threatened to resign if the Mavin Records fast-rising act is allowed to write the forthcoming examinations after failing to meet up with the compulsory 70 percent class attendance set by the school.

But what is news is that after the music act was informed of his ineligibility to take the exams, the Godwin hitmaker allegedly went to meet with top officials of the school to find a way out, using his star status as a leverage but it seems he has hit a stonewall as the lecturer on his case is hell-bent on making good his threats.

Report also has it that the singer came to school and was seen begging one of the school’s notable official to lean on the lecturer in question but Potpourri can tell you  that his situation is not looking particularly good.

Korede Bello, born on February 29 1996, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter currently signed to Mavin Records. He is best known for his hit single Godwin, a semi-gospel and pop song which topped many music charts in Nigeria.

“Korede” which means harvest in English started performing at the age of seven by the stage name African Prince and went on to write his first song after forming a music group with a friend while in primary school.

He started music professionally by recording songs in the studio while in secondary school before he went on to release his first single Forever.

After the release of his first single which got relatively positive reviews, he was introduced to Don Jazzy by his manager, Casmir Uwaegbute after which they recorded some songs together which got Don Jazzy impressed.

On February 28, 2014, he got signed to Mavin Records under which he has recorded popular songs like African Princess and Godwin.

He is currently working on his first studio album and cites Asa and 2face Idibia as people he draws inspiration from.

Source: Vanguard/wikipedia