Nadia Mukami is a Celebrated Kenyan songwriter and singer. Her career in music has seen her attract a large number of followers on her social media accounts and she gets lots of social media attention.
Many of Kenyans don't know much about Nadia's highest level of education. Due to her music career, it can be quite tricky and difficult to guess that a singer like Nadia can have education on a tough course from a leading Kenyan university.
In the evening hours of Saturday, 6th March, 2021, Nadia posted her picture on instagram dressed in official ladies' trouser suit. She then took time to explain the University she attended, the course she studied and her favourite lecturer.
From Nadia's caption, it can be seen that she attended Maseno University and she was taking Finance. It can also be known that her favourite Lecturer was Dr. Mule who was also head of the department. Nadia then ends her caption by saying she loves Maseno and asks her followers to state the place they attended their college studies.
Her followers responded by stating their colleges and one follower commented that, 'Masomo ni Muhimu' which translates to, 'education is important'.
Below are some of the responses she received.
Indeed, education is important and to those who are at the level of studying and have the opportunity to study, TIENI BIDII.
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