Oskido went back to school in 2022 and is now a graduate. Image via Twitter: @OskidoIBelieve

Graduation party loading: Oskido graduates with number of distinctions!

‘Self-improvement is self-love,’ wrote Oskido while sharing his impressive module results in an inspiring Instagram post.


Oskido went back to school in 2022 and is now a graduate. Image via Twitter: @OskidoIBelieve

South African DJ and music producer Oskido is finally done with his short curse and is as proud as ever with the results. Taking to Instagram earlier today, the Kalawa Jazzme studio owner shared a snap of his results showing that he completed his Project Management course with a number of distinctions. In February this year, the DJ also took to social media to share with his supporters that he is finally headed back to school and now his hard work has finally paid off for him.

Meanwhile, he has been showered with praise by his fans who love the fact that he went back to school at his age.

Oskido passes with flying colours

Oscar Mdlongwa, popularly known as Oskido is a proud graduate at the ripe age of 54. The DJ announced that he was enrolling at the University of Pretoria earlier this year and has stuck to his promise.

Six months later and he is now the proud holder of a Project Management qualification. Taking to his Instagram page earlier today he shared his great results which he captioned:

“When I started my journey on this course, I was overwhelmed by the encouragement I received from many of you. I feel duty-bound to share the results and also to say (thank you),” he wrote.

He also went on to ask his close friend DJ Zinhle to stick to her promise of throwing him a graduation party.

Mzansi loves it for him

The post was well-received by his fans and supporters who shared hearty congratulatory messages with him in the comment section.

Here are some of their comments:

ntsikamusic wrote:

“Congratulations The Big Ooooooooooo!!!!????????????????????✨????. Danko Auti yam ????????.”

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