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Tanasha’s fans excited after son joins international school

Tanasha Donna’s fans are buzzing with excitement as her four-year-old son, Naseeb Junior, embarks on his educational journey by joining Braeburn International School in Tanzania.

Naseeb, the son of Tanasha and Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz, was captured in a video shared on his Instagram account, looking adorable in his school attire.

In the video, young Naseeb, a spitting image of his famous father, donned a blue and white outfit while playfully adjusting his shorts.

The school’s logo served as a backdrop, signaling the beginning of his academic adventure at Braeburn Group of International Schools in Dar es Salaam.

Naseeb Junior, affectionately known as NJ, has enrolled in the FS1 level at Braeburn, with annual fees amounting to USD 9,390 (equivalent to KSh 1,424,932).

According to the Braeburn curriculum, FS1 children should be three years old, engaging in exploratory and playful activities as they embark on their educational journey.

The news of NJ’s school enrollment has elicited various reactions from Tanasha Donna’s followers on social media:

dama.tero: Woooow, Braeburn international school boy.

chubbydoll.minnieh: The only handsome little Kenyan prince.

cerah_jewel: Already schooling.. eii they grow up so fast.

beryl_the_miss: Apparently NJ is living with his dad in Dar, and it’s like he has been taken to school.

aminajuma342: Tanasha, nakuombea uzae mtoto mwingine na Diamond bila kukali watu watasema nini. Nj kasha kua sasa.

wambui__221: He goes to Braeburn Arusha, wow he’s such a cutieeeeeeee.

dee_wiz1: Huyu dogo Kama baba ake yani cjui atachukua tabia ya baba ake itakuwa tabulele.

In a recent interview, Mzee Abdul, Diamond’s father, claimed that his disagreement with Hamisa arose when she declined to allow her son to reside in Diamond’s house alongside his mother, Mama Dangote.

He emphasized that he maintains regular contact with Hamisa to check on the well-being of his grandchild.

“She is a good woman and she has never dismissed me whenever I call to check on her,” he said.

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