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“I Went to Kwara Poly but I Didn’t Graduate”- Portable Speaks on His Education, Vows to Return to School

Controversial singer, Portable, during an interview, opened up on his educational background and revealed the schools he attended. The Zazoo crooner also noted that he learned tailoring when he was younger before he decided to fully concentrate on music. 

Portable disclosed that he went to Kwara State Polytechnic, but he couldn’t finish and vowed to go back to school. 

For the people who might be guessing or doubting whether Portable went to school, the singer has, during a short interview, listed all the schools he attended and disclosed other things he did while growing up.

Portable declared that he went to Iganmode Grammar School at Oju Ore, Ota, before proceeding to Kwara State Polytechnic but didn’t get his certificate before opting for his music career. 

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He also noted that he went to ODC and Mother’s Joy schools which are private primary schools in Ota, Ogun state. The singer declared that:

“Everything scattered at Kwara Poly, I only did National Diploma (ND). I don’t have Higher National Diploma (HND) yet.

The talent got into my head, and I needed to make moves.”

He also disclosed that he learned tailoring because his mother sells clothes and also manages artists like Queen Salawa Abeni.

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Written by Ruth Semilore

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