20 hilarious quotes about school

Considering how challenging the entire process may get, it would be ideal to add some humor and encouragement for those moments when you feel like you lack the focus or motivation.

~ Tuko

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It doesn't matter whether you're black or white or Hispanic or Asian or Native American or young or old or rich or poor, able, disabled, gay or straight, you can make it here in America if you're willing to try.

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Best Instagram captions 2019 Kenya News

Today, everybody especially the young people, strive to make their photographs look more up to date, attract more followers, get more likes and reactions on the social media.

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Adeyoyin Adesina: ‘We need to place a premium on the education sector’ | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

In some advanced countries, teachers are rated as highly as doctors and other professionals unlike what obtains here in Nigeria and if the right priority is given to the sector, I doubt we would have these strikes coming up so often.

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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.

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I used to conduct maths classes for shoes as a child – Olagunju

Being the first time out of my parents’ sight, that experience taught me tolerance, patience and understanding because no two people are the same, so I can’t expect everybody to think and act the way I do.

Punch , Nigeria Feb 1, 2019
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People with special needs must never allow people’s opinions demoralise them– Opeyemi, Ondo-based civil servant

As a child, the pain of being given so many drugs to take, the agony of going through endless surgeries and wearing the plaster of Paris around the leg, made life a bit tough.

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I cried the day my teacher gave me his savings to keep me in university – Prof Adeniyi, former FUTA VC – Punch Newspapers

Former Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Prof Peter Adeniyi, shares his life experience with ADEMOLA OLONILUA and TUNDE AJAJA

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Why marriage might not matter afterall!

Five years after relocating from the USA with three degrees under her belt, she’s running a very successful IT company that also dabbles in events management.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 9, 2019
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‘We are creating the future with MTF Masterclass’ | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

A renowned filmmaker, Femi Odugbemi, is the Academy Director for MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) West Africa.

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Ngugi: We perfect our English as Europe sharpens tools of

Celebrated Kenyan author Ngugi wa Thiong’o is in the country to launch his latest book, Kenda Muiyuru (The Perfect Nine), and to promote writing in vernacular languages, a mission he has been on for more than three decades.

Daily Nation , Kenya Feb 9, 2019
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Our special ways of showing one another love despite old age – Couples married for over 40 years – Punch Newspapers

Helping himself to a glass of water while his wife looked on, Papa as he is fondly called in their Aiyedere community, a small neighbourhood in the heart of Ketu, a bustling town in Lagos, soon set the stage for what can be regarded as not just as...

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Diabetes Destroyer: The Pill That Saved My Legs From Amputation [Sponsored]

But it doesn’t end there… A study published in the medical journal Neurology found that diabetes “almost doubled the risk of dementia.” Your glucose-packed blood constantly rushes through your brain, adding to the buildup that causes Alzheimer’s a...

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‘It’s an easy way to make money’ | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

Oliver Enwerenem, a former member in the Imo House of Assembly said unless the country’s problems are addressed, it would continue to witness youths drifting to such areas to engage themselves, economically, attributing the participation of those ...

The Guardian , Nigeria Feb 8, 2019
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Dad used to watch football until Super Eagles almost gave him a heart attack — Sam Ohuabunwa’s daughter

He was involved in many things and as a pharmacist, he climbed the ladder of his career to become the managing director of Pfizer and later he became the founding chairman of Neimeth, a position he occupied till 2011.

Punch , Nigeria Feb 3, 2019
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His priority is the mother of his child

However, always know that a real man has to take care of his children, especially when he doesn’t live with them, he feels guilty and makes up with spending a lot on them.

Daily Monitor , Uganda Feb 7, 2019
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If I were God, I would send thunder and fire on all politicians in Nigeria – Robert Clarke (SAN)

That freshness of being around younger people helps a lot; I do not know whether it has a medical benefit but when you are happy all the time, it would reflect on your health and other aspects of your life.

Punch , Nigeria Feb 8, 2019
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More than lovers, play!

He just couldn’t understand why she’d ask him to stop studying the Bible when his going to heaven depended on it and she herself should be following suit as a child of God.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 2, 2019
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I Don’t Fall Sick Any More, A Former NNPC Staff Reveals What He Used and How You Can Also Benefit Too!

My brother and sister you need to equip your immune system in order to enjoy long lasting good health, stop spending money on malaria, typhoid, infection treatment and other common illness every now and then.

Vanguard News , Nigeria Feb 4, 2019
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If anybody hits my car now, I can’t fight anymore —Afeez Oyetoro (Saka)

I believe I have the grace to play any role but because of the situation of the country, there are no facilities, time and resources for an average Nigerian producer to work on the artist.

Punch , Nigeria Feb 3, 2019
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MEN&WOMEN: Instead of working to live, live for your work

Like your ability to communicate or solve problems, what you love doing so much you’d do it every day if money was not an issue.

Daily Nation , Kenya Feb 3, 2019