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Man returns to primary school after wife left him because he’s not educated



A 38-year-old man has amazed many with his decision to return to school at his age after being motivated by a devastating experience.

The man simply known has John, was happily married until his wife decided to dump him over his lack of an education.

According to reports, the couple welcomed two children, but that did not stop his wife from leaving him for another man.

She said that her reason for doing so was as a result of him not being educated, and she referred to him as a loser.

Angered and motivated by the hurtful words and turn of events, John made a bold move and enrolled into primary school.

He stated that he wants to pursue his goal of becoming a great man, adding that the main reason he could not continue school as a child was because his parents could not afford to pay his tuition.

This meant that John had to forgo his studies and opt to focus on hustling so he could make some money for the family.

It was gathered that after he returned to school, pupils thought he was a teacher when he showed up during resumption, the only difference is that he was also in school uniform.

Despite being mocked over his decision to return to school, John is optimistic that he would finish schooling at 50 and become very great.

In other news, a young man named Oludare Alaba made headlines after he stormed Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomosho, Oyo state to demand a refund of his school fees, has been compensated with N500,000 by the institution’s Association.

He visited the institution to also return his certificate because years after graduating, he has been unable to secure a job.

A video which went viral showed when Alaba presented the document to the University staff, noting that the certificate had not yielded him any financial gain.

In a subsequent interview, the graduate broke silence on the reason for his action and shared a pitiful background story.

He said frustration pushed him to do it and he did not want to consider the only other option which was to do voodoo or blood money.

“I cannot do blood money because I was to be useful to Nigeria, my family, myself, and God,” the graduate said.

The young man also disclosed that his father borrowed money to sponsor his education due to his inability to raise a loan for him.

However, he gave an update in a Facebook post, saying that LAUTECH alumni presented him a cheque of 500,000 Naira.

Alaba said; “I hereby seize this medium to express my deep appreciation to the Global Body of LAUTECH Alumni as outstandingly led by the President, Hon. Onilede Solomon popularly known as LIMO, the Board of Trustees, and the Oyo State Chapter of the Association for their presentation of the #500,000 cheque to me.

“May Almighty God continue to be with you and all members of the Association for their show of love and support. I thank you, once again.”