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Life In My Ppa by HonSTONE(m): 2:58am On Oct 11, 2019
While I was coming to Kebbi state, I wanted to work in a construction company, to learn more about engineering and have some field experience. But sometimes things doesn't work the way we planned it.

While in camp, I was asked where I'd love to work and based on my research I realised there were very few construction companies here so I chose the Ministry of Works hoping to learn from experienced engineers there. But sometimes things doesn't work the way we planned it.

I was posted to a polytechnic to lecture. I love to talk but lecturing was the last thing I'd wanted to do.

I go to my place of primary assignment and was assign to assist in lecturing 3 courses without stipends for 3 months and accommodation.

It was really frustrating I must confess. The work load was much and stressful. I had to do a lot of research, prepare lecture notes, mark assignments and tests and do house chores.

Yesterday, I went to class not to lecture like I used to but to talk to the students. (Actually, this was because I did not prepare any lecture note for the students). I wanted to have a heart-to-heart conversation with them and it turned out to be my best moment at the school.

After 4 hours of discussing with the HND 2 and ND 2 students, I realised this was what I was meant to do. This was what made me happy. I was posted here for a reason and I have to fulfil my purpose here.

At the end of the class, a student walked up to me and handed me a letter. In the letter, he said he wanted to be like me and needed me as his personal tutor.

My greatest joy as a person is the impact I leave in my listeners and readers.

Challenges will come but do not let that stop you from doing what you love. But sometimes things doesn't work the way we planned it. So be ready for anything.


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