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Wizkid’s son, Boluwatife finally graduates while his father shuns his graduation ceremony (Photos and Video)

Boluwatife Balogun, the first child of the celebrated international singer Wizkid, has completed elementary school.

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His mother, Sola Ogudugu, couldn’t contain her excitement and shared heartwarming scenes from the graduation ceremony on her official Instagram page.

According to her, she can’t wait to see her baby rock his suit and graduation gown.

Boluwatife Balogun’s mother Sola Ogudugu hosted a pre-graduation party for him.

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As her only child entered secondary school, she lavishly praised him.

The businesswoman and single mother posted a video of herself and her son celebrating his new accomplishment on Instagram.

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Sola Ogudugu added that she has got butterflies in her tummy.

As her kid prepared for high school, Sola Ogudugu admitted that she struggled to remain composed.

Nothing made her feel better, she continued, than watching her kid leave for a new lesson.

“3 of 3…. P.s : Today is my Son’s Official GRADUATION DAY!!! Can’t wait to see my baby @official_tifebalogun rock his suit and graduation gown. I’ve got BUTTERFLY in my tummy Fam!”.

Noticably absent from his graduation ceremony was his popstar father, Wizkid.

The singer who rarely resides in Nigeria couldn’t make it for his son’s big day.

However, that didn’t make him saddened as Boluwatife was all smiles at his graduation ceremony.

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