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Thursday, 17 October 2013

''ASUU Strike Is A Blessing In Disguise For Me'' – Olawale Ojo, Winner Of Project Fame Season 6

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''ASUU Strike Is A Blessing In Disguise For Me'' – 
Olawale Ojo, Winner Of Project Fame Season 6




While a lot of students are lamenting about being idle and broke as the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike rages on, 25 year-old Olawale Ojo is counting his blessings.
The 400 level Agronomy Student of Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomoso, Oyo State is the recent winner of MTN Project Fame West Africa Season 6, carting away N5Million cash prize, a brand new car and a recording contract.

Read how ASUU strike changed his life for the better below:
“I came up to register when ASUU was on strike, and this was my first time to participate in a music competition. I didn’t really come with too much determination, but anywhere I find myself, I always try to give my best in all I do. So, when I got into the academy, I didn’t have a choice than to give my best for everything”


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While a lot of students are lamenting about being idle and broke as the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) strike rages on, 25 year-old Olawale Ojo is counting his blessings.
The 400 level Agronomy Student of Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomoso, Oyo State is the recent winner of MTN Project Fame West Africa Season 6, carting away N5Million cash prize, a brand new car and a recording contract.



Read how ASUU strike changed his life for the better below:
“I came up to register when ASUU was on strike, and this was my first time to participate in a music competition. I didn’t really come with too much determination, but anywhere I find myself, I always try to give my best in all I do. So, when I got into the academy, I didn’t have a choice than to give my best for everything”


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