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Small Doctor Tells Obafemi Martins To Send Account for 1M Dollars
- Nigerian singer Small Doctor has challenged Obafemi Martins to send his account number for one million dollars
- The 26-year-old made this known while speaking with the former Super Eagles striker on video call
- However, Martins stated emphatically that Small Doctor will go broke if he should try and do such
An adorable video has emerged on social media where Nigerian musician Small Doctor was spotted telling former Super Eagles striker Obafemi Martins to send his account number.
Small Doctor placed a video call to Martins and the former footballer greeted him before the music star then asked the 38-year-old to send his account number.
Martins was heard laughing when Small Doctor asked him for his account and told the 26-year-old that he will use his money to eat groundnut.
Small Doctor was stunned when Martins told him and vowed that he will send the former Inter Milan striker the sum of one million dollars.
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Martins also smiled and warned Small Doctor that he will go broke if he should try such with him according to a video spotted on Instagram.
See the video below
Small Doctor, born Temitope Adekunle, is a Nigerian Afro-pop/Afrobeat creative singer, songwriter and producer who is highly inspired from growing up on the street of agege,oshodi, mushin, and Ikotun Lagos, Nigeria where he garnered most of his childhood experiences.
Martins on the other hand made so much money when he was an active footballer and the former Premier League star is now touring the world enjoying himself.
Martins graduates from Harvard University
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Obafemi Martins graduated from the Harvard University with the ex-Premier League star bagging a degree and a certificate in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Markets.
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This is a good development coming from the former Super Eagles striker who is now expected to use the knowledge acquired from the University to become full entrepreneur.
Interestingly, Martins weighted grade summary of 98% from Harvard which is an impressive result.
Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Founded in 1636 as Harvard College and named for its first benefactor, the Puritan clergyman John Harvard.
The citadel of learning is known as one of the best Universities in the world, and kudos must be given to Martins to have graduated there in flying colours.