Being a graduate does not guarantee your success. As true as the saying ‘education is the key’ is, if you cannot defend what you have learned, you are as good as one who did not go through formal education.
Education here is not restricted to learning that goes on in the four walls of the classroom; it includes those undertaken even in the home.
If you are not privileged to attend a formal school, you can as well take advantage of every available medium that’ll keep you on your toes and put you on the path of success.
The Ordinary President warned sternly against sentimentalism that seeks to hinder progress in the nation. Many people do not care what every other person does to help; they would rather prefer to be at the center of every consideration.
He explained his intention to help a particular woman whom he felt guilty of not being able to have met her needs. He took a step to locate her so that she can be a beneficiary of the free surgery organized by the West African College of Surgeons.
On getting to her house, she was not there and after a long time, her contact was provided by a good neighbor. She reluctantly picked the calls made by those who accompanied the Ordinary President.
When he was able to speak to her, she appeared to answer rudely and was not willing to listen to further explanations. She went as far as accusing him of not being sensitive to issues around him and that he delays in answering to complaints.