Vera Adegor, mother of popular internet sensation, Success has spoken up after Nigerian Comedian, ingrate by Mr. Jollof.
“MC Jollof came when he heard of the incident and paid for the second term to school success in a private institution. As of that time, the government had yet to come into the matter”.
“Government said they couldn’t allow Success to leave at the time until the renovation project on it [as it was dilapidated] was complete, for the sake of those who would also benefit from it.
“I called Mr. Jollof on the development, expecting he would retrieve his money since he paid into the school’s account not to me directly. I neither reached out to the school nor took the money.
“I’m not saying he didn’t do well, I thank him. But claiming I’m an ungrateful human being is not true. I told Charles Okpaleke, because of whom the government later give her a scholarship from four to six.
“It was when the commissioner came to check the school and didn’t see Success they remembered they promised her scholarship. They called to ask what happened and I told them she wasn’t given.
“…and that someone else paid for her four to six. So the government said they didn’t want her to go to a private school until she finishes there. So they also gave her a scholarship from four to six.”
She also explained that comedian AY also reached out to them.
“I thank both those who made good on their promises and those who didn’t. To those who did, I apologize. She’s a child and wasn’t referring to those who helped her,” Vera said.
She addressed those she took note of. One that came with the media was Mr. Honourable Kelvin. “He promised to pack (relocate) us then. The next we called, he refused to answer,” Mrs Adegor said.
“Another one that occurred was when she asked the chairman to give her dad a job. He agreed to do so but, at the end of the day, didn’t comply. Another news also circulated that she was given a visa.
“There are many others that I can’t immediately recall. She wasn’t begging for another donation. Only that she’s a child that always speaks her mind. She was just trying to address her concerns.
“I am sincerely grateful to those who fulfilled their pledges, like Mr. Charles Opaleke, who paid for primary four to six in Our Saviour School. AY Makun also did his best, and so many others.”
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