Comedian Lekan Kingkong schools fans, says he graduated with 1st class


– Popular Nigerian social media comedian, Lekan Kingkong, has taken to social media to address fans

– The internet personality revealed to fans that he did not study Yoruba like many people believe

– Lekan said that he studied business administration at Ajayi Crowther University and that he graduated with a first class honours

Comedy has become a profession for many people, but it actually started out as their passion before getting known and appreciated for it.

Popular Nigerian internet sensation, Lekan Olaleye, also known as Lekan Kingkong, became a well-known star on social media for his good looks as well as his properly spoken Yoruba language.

A number of guys who look like him seem not to be able to speak the language well but that seems to be Lekan’s selling point.

Because of his well-spoken Yoruba, many people have assumed that the young man actually studied the language in the university.

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Well, in a new post on social media, Lekan has addressed those claims. According to the handsome young man, he did not study Yoruba in the university.

Lekan revealed that he studied business administration at Ajayi Crowther University and that he graduated with a first class from the institution.

Speaking further, Lekan told fans to focus on the important things in life while also having fun as they pursue their passion.

He wrote: “Once again, I didn’t study Yoruba, I studied Business Administration and graduated with a FIRST CLASS HON. Just remember to take the serious things of life serious and have so much fun exploiting your passion.”

See his post below:

In other news, reported that veteran Nollywood actress, Sola Sobowale, revealed in a recent interview that if there is anything like reincarnation, she will come back as an actor.

The Nigerian movie industry is no doubt a thriving enterprise and many people have been able to become stars due to their talented displays that are well appreciated.

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Despite that, many people have claimed that the entertainment industry in the country is not lucrative and does not pay celebrities well. However, this has not stopped others from having a great love for their profession.

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