By Emmanuel Adeleke
Nigerian comedian, singer and actress, Helen Paul, popularly known as Tatafo, has become a professor.
The popular comedian disclosed this via a post on her Instagram page on Monday, where she shared photos and videos from her induction in the United States of America.
“Congratulations to all of us at Heart University. I am now officially Professor Paul Helen. The ceremony was a beautiful one indeed. My sincere gratitude to my boss and the University Chancellor, Dornett Mcintosh Ph.D.
“Thank you my senior Professor Cox, our faculty head and all HBIU staff in general. Will never forget to say a big thank you to my Atlanta Dean of programming. Yemisi Dunmoye Ph.D @yemidun #honor #grace #new #space #achievement,” she captioned the video
She went on to appreciate her husband and family for their support throughout her studies.
“Special thanks to you Dr. Femi Bamisile, my husband. Thanks so much for your selfless commitment to my academic growth. Thank you so much for all the sacrifices, all the time you take to read and rewrite, edit and teach me like your sweet baby that I am.
“Thank you for everything darling. I can never forget your main teachings. “Helen, let your secrets remain secret. Never be carried away by sentiments. Every relationship has got a time frame. Be wise and move on as quickly as possible without anything holding you back, ” she added.
News of Paul’s ambitious move first made the headlines in 2020 after it was revealed that she had taken a post-doctoral study in the United States.
The mother of two already had a Ph.D. in Theatre Arts from the University of Lagos.
Paul became famous for his naughty comic character on the radio programme, ‘Wetin Dey’ on Radio Continental 102.3FM, Lagos.