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PHOTO: How A MAPOLY Student Pays His School Fees (Motivating)



Who are we to complain when we have issues with paying our school fees. A lot of other students due to lack of support from home, their parents and family are in the same shoes and yet, they are hustling. Many have been forced to drop out of school, because of financial difficulty. A student ... Continue Reading

Who are we to complain when we have issues with paying our school fees. A lot of other students due to lack of support from home, their parents and family are in the same shoes and yet, they are hustling.

Many have been forced to drop out of school, because of financial difficulty. A student of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), named Fatai was seen washing cars to pay for his schooling.

Wow! See how this MAPOLY Student pays school fees (PICTURE)

In Fatai’s Words:

“My name is Fatai. People call me “Horror”. I am a student of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic. I wash cars here for N500. I give my boss N300 and I take N200. I have to do this so that I can pay for school. Every week the lowest amount I save is N7,000. That is after transport and food.”

When asked if his earning is enough to see him through in school expenses, Fatai replied:

“Well at least I’m not begging. You know there’s no food for lazy man.”

Young men like Fatai are a source of pride to this nation. They refuse to give in to difficulty and stay honest while pursuing their goals.

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