A fellow lecturer once told me to sit with my ‘fellow students’ – Azubuike-Osu – Punch Newspapers

I was very brilliant and very good in all my science-related subjects, such that even my teachers felt I should be a doctor, but when I wanted to enter the university, it didn’t work out that way.

~ Punch

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