‘I’m A Student Of Journalism But Slave To Music’, Singer, Korede Bello Says As He Finally Graduates From Journalism School [PHOTOS]

Koredo Bello. Photo Credit: Woodin

Marvin record star, Korede Bello can now add “journalist” to his CV as he was part of the recent graduating class of 2017 from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Lagos.

In a recent interview, the “Romantic” crooner talked about Journalism and what he hopes to achieve.

“I am a student of journalism but am slave to music. I nursed a dream to become a radio presenter in the past but music is my passion for now.

“I plan to star in some Nollywood films as I have been presented some scripts, which I am presently considering. But I have just dropped my debut album and I want people to see me as musician enough before I veer into movies.”


Korede Bello during matriculation.

On how he was able to mange fame as a student of NIJ, Korede Bello has this to say:

” I am grateful that I am still in NIJ if I were in a University of Lagos undergraduate it would have been harder to manage fame because of the frenzy. NIJ allows me be myself, everyone knew me as a wannabe musician who became a star. My lecturers have been really supportive of my career. I am not a stubborn student so they don’t have any issues and they help me maintain my sanity.”


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