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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Karlifate: 1:23pm On Mar 26
SimplePlan34:
Not every one will make it. Some of us has given up just patiently wating for d end to come let's get out of did shit called life. I am just existing now.
I strongly disagree with you. I believe that there is a seed of greatness inside everyone. We only have to recognize it first, then nuture it jealously to fruition. For example, Jack Ma, Colonel Sanders of KFC and several others

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by DavidEsq(m): 1:26pm On Mar 26
Mekudi:
After I finished my degree, waiting to be posted for NYSC , everything became tough, in fact my mom and my younger sis make life tough for me by seeing me as parasite at home, I searched for job and the highest pay was 10k teaching job, I said no I won't do it, I won't settle for less, it get to a stage where my mom started hiding foodstuffs from me, she will only cook food for herself and for my sis, after 4 months of waiting to be mobilised and not been mobilised due my result that isn't ready in sch as a result of my inability to pay 5k reg fee in my final year. I called my friend that live in the city that I want to come and stay with him while I search for some jobs and work pending the time I'll be mobilised, I get to the city, my friend too was managing in his friends single room, with me then we make 3 in that room, I got to know they were Gee boys, they will me laughing at me whenever I went out to submit application letters, they were not rich but they are getting money for feeding and partying weekends, I told them to teach me work but they couldn't, so one day, I spy on my friend phone lock pattern, copied the contact on his well paying client, nurse the client for 4-5 months without him giving me kobo, always telling me he is broke but always giving my friend money, but today, I'm building my house from him, Livin fine, got married , bought my car, taking care of mom and my sis and my maga still paying till date ,may he not fall victim of Coronavirus .

N.B, he started paying me the same week my friend told me to leave their room as they were seeing me as a lower class to them as I couldn't afford to drink and dine with them
If u get a notification on ur NL account that someone wants to email u, pls don't click on it. Na EFCC wan gbab u o cheesy
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Karlifate: 1:30pm On Mar 26
DamonSalvatore:
exactly... We just waiting for the end

I never asked to be born in the first place
"Misery loves company".
Change this defeatist mindset already! Some folks passed through hell but still managed to leave a good legacy for their unborn generation. Some do not even have access to a mobile phone not to talk of internet data, yet you think you have 'problem'.

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Firstnebo: 1:31pm On Mar 26
samworthyever:
Right now I just feel like crying....

Cry my brother if you need it. After that, get inspired by these inspiring stories here

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Karlifate: 1:41pm On Mar 26
[quote author=Pathfinder121 post=87764695]Summary of me Escaping Poverty: God, Determination, Perseverance, Service and Purpose.
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Karlifate: 1:47pm On Mar 26
SSam01:


You sound like one of those who have eaten 4 storey building and dont beleive people could save and be so focused to achieve their set goals. Go back and calculate how much a plot of land and bag of cement cost in 2006. Outside smoking and eating dog head What else were you doing with your own money in that year? If they check your stomach and wardrobe they will probably see 5 estates that you eat in the name of enjoyment

God lifts the poor from the dunghill to the throne thats the God i serve. You forgot to ask me how I have had Canada and US visas from 2012 to 2021? Steady visas back to back not Congo or Ghana visas


Land is 500k in Ibeju lekki now but you wont buy instead your target is iphone 11 pro max and Tomorrow when someone is testifying you will come ask dumb questions

U too get sharp mouth

Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Firstnebo: 1:49pm On Mar 26
Honeydenz:

It's funny how poor men's kids think studying medicine and surgery or dying on top of ur books is a way out of poverty. It's not. How one starts matters alot, I noticed doctors are the most economical of all workers I know. Those you see with fancy hospital have parents who have climb the leather of success to a certain level and their kids took it up from there. If you start too small, except there a special devine calling or grace, my friend u can't reach your full potentials, quote me anywhere. I envy kids from Rich home, but the irony of it, often times these kids aren't even too focused on life achievements, neither do they value nor know exactly what God has done for them.

But the certificate will always get you a job. When you are able to feed regularly and are paying your rent regularly, then you can be in a situation to think wider.

What do you think?

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Goddys(m): 2:10pm On Mar 26
I have cone thus far but i have been stagnant for 3 years. No forward or backward. I have prayed but God refused to answer and bring better opportunities. I have decided to use my mental ability and stop seeking any form of divine assistance.

Western societies didn't come this far by praying. I have decided to make it on my own. It's possible that some prayers even block blessings instead of bringing it forth
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by zoezoelogistics(m): 2:20pm On Mar 26
Goddys:
I have cone thus far but i have been stagnant for 3 years. No forward or backward. I have prayed but God refused to answer and bring better opportunities. I have decided to use my mental ability and stop seeking any form of divine assistance.

Western societies didn't come this far by praying. I have decided to make it on my own. It's possible that some prayers even block blessings instead of bringing it forth

Don’t give up on God, that’s why he is called “KABIYESI” , a God you can not question. He does things on his own way and at his own time.

Just keep holding on to him.

Your desired answer and breakthrough is nearer than you can imagine.

Be come closer to Jesus
He loves you.

Lastly, please don’t you ever do anything illegal.

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by gideonite98(m): 2:54pm On Mar 26
Freehuman:


After this pandemic, that's before the year runs out . Can't transfer because I've said lots of stupid things here. Preserving my identity is important. No need to remind me . I won't forget.

Okay sir
God bless you more and more
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Ajibade123(m): 3:14pm On Mar 26
the story is changing by the grace of God
see unexpected success story that will inspire you https://explicitsuccess.com/unexpected-success-stories/
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by MajesticD(m): 3:27pm On Mar 26
Olayinka8793:
Well, I didn't only grew up poor, I also grew up disabled after suffering permanent hearing loss since I was a kid in primary school.
As painful as that hearing loss was, it was what later pushed me to go and learn a trade in barbing since my hearing loss will be a great hindrance to my pursuit of higher education as there is no way I could have survived in conventional universities even though I managed to survived conventional high school up to SS2, and the other obvious choice which is a university for the deafs is not an option either as I never learned sign language.
long story short, I am a boss barber now with my own shop and two obedient apprentice.
By God's grace l am completely totally independent and out of poverty.
Doesn't sound so much like a big deal but when l count the number of able bodied people l know who are not doing well as l am and will give anything just to be in my position, and the relations and friends l have been able to assist whenever l could, l can not but say a big thank you to God.

You are the real MVP.

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Bryan88(m): 3:28pm On Mar 26
Kylekent59:
Never look down on someone.
simple and short
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Iretii0511(m): 3:46pm On Mar 26
franchasng:
I must commend your skills and determination, but honestly, right now, I cannot employ more than the staff I have now because I already have 1 intern and another working as a freelance just as you explained, and I don't want to over strain my budget for staff salary to avoid the startup going bankrupt.


Have you tried working on upwork and freelancer What I can do for you is to keep you as one of my freelance workers whenever I have a job that requires extra hand, I can call on you, but I will need to see your portfolio

Thanks. Please keep me in mind.
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by dyemida(m): 4:05pm On Mar 26
tropaz:
Firstly, make sure your daily problem is not more than your daily bread.

Secondly, never date the wrong set of people .

Thirdly, keep trying. One day you will receive a life changing phone call.

Fourthly, make enough mistakes till you are 25 but never repeat any of your mistakes.

More so, make sure you ask yourself; are you working for yourself and future, Or you are living for others?
Most importantly, Strangers will help you more than your friends and family....
Conclusively, trust the God of host.

That's my story
MD/CEO
DYNAMIC IMPACT AGRO ALLIED

I can sense a lot of experience in this post.

Please, can you talk more about the highlighted above?
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Wunmiiitech: 4:18pm On Mar 26
DamonSalvatore:
My Story long.. But I no go expose myself for public forum
I am still poor..I've been starved for a whole day straight.. Just drinking water only.. I de stay with my Uncle... As i am now.. I have vowed not to get married or born.. Till I get enough money..
Imagine getting cov in a course because i no get 2k to buy book... Imagine not writing Ssce with my mates bcuz of 15..
People with rich parents don't know what God has done for them..

I won't bring a child into this world to come and suffer what i suffered.. ⅓ of what I've seen would kill some people

Long story short... My life is meaninglessness.. I'm just clowning Online to kill depression..
If I see anywhere wey i fit Sell my soul to give my parents and my younger bro and Sis Money to enjoy life forever... I'd do it.... All the ones have seen are demanding sacrifice.. I'm a half atheist anyways...So many prayers have gone unanswered that I have doubts about anybody up there
Nothing de to live for for this world... We are all gonna die anyways... It's just a matter of time..
bro you don't have to think like that. God indeed do exist all he needs you to do is to cry for his mercy and watch him do wonders in your life. Change your mindset about God and getting it right on life.
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by imiski(m): 4:22pm On Mar 26
zoezoelogistics:


Don’t give up on God, that’s why he is called “KABIYESI” , a God you can not question. He does things on his own way and at his own time.

Just keep holding on to him.

Your desired answer and breakthrough is nearer than you can imagine.

Be come closer to Jesus
He loves you.

Lastly, please don’t you ever do anything illegal.
God does not make people rich. Preparedness +Opportunity. Makes one rich.
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Xeeman(m): 4:32pm On Mar 26
I'm from a northern state where western education is not given much attention. My father is interested in farming but I'm interested in studies because I'm very brilliant.
When I finished primary school I couldn't continue because of the above problem, a friend of my father took me to govt junior secondary of the area and payed one term school fee. When I finished, most of brilliant and average students are wrote science and technical exams to continue Senior secondary education in a better schools (usually boarding), I'm the only one that didn't apply because no one would support me. I'm so depressed and confused. So I continued in the same school (worst case). It turns out to my advantage because during the first term of my SS1, I got scholarship opportunity from American embassy( during G. Bush regime), they sponsor brilliant students to pursue 3 year secondary education in a better school, paying everything and given us books and transport allowances.
I graduated with very good results and later joined university and graduated with first class in engineering.
I was retained as a lecturer and sponsored abroad to further my education. As I speak now, I'm a PhD researcher at Europe and will soon finish my research.
I do alot of hussles from local businesses to private lessons to sustain my self.

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by vickydevoka: 4:57pm On Mar 26
franchasng:
even though you have a point, but not all families.


I can list 6 things that helped most Nigerian families escape poverty and they are:


0.) Trading & Importation

1.) Yahoo Yahoo or OBT or 419 (old name)

2.) American Visa Lottery - this helped lots of Nigerians escape poverty

3.) Illegal migration to Europe via Sahara Desert

4.) Internet freelancing

5.) Mini Importation & Dropshipping (2013 to 2017) for modern youths



These are the things that helped most Nigerian families escape poverty.

1 in every 10 Nigerian family escaped poverty through any of the above methods I listed grin
Legally, your number 0 n 2 is true. Business through serving someone has really helped some family
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by vickydevoka: 4:58pm On Mar 26
Geeman23:
what is Malaysian money?
Lol. Wat guys do to make money in Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by momove4real25(f): 5:38pm On Mar 26
Firstnebo:


I will be 31 by April. I got a BSC in information technology from NOUN. Currently seeking direct entry admission in dentistry. That means that I might be closer to 40 before I am ready for marriage. (Unless a girl would agree to go by with me and hope for tomorrow).

I am currently employed(almost done with quitting tho), but I would be unfilled if ten years gets here and I haven't done anything more. I am old already in the world sense of the word, but I won't give up and live for others rather than what my mind and knowledge is telling me I can be.

Many positive words and quotes gets me going.

The first one is the quote made in the American seasonal movie "One Tree Hills". An admired aged sports coach said to a group of his students: "You know what I would do if I was your age? I would do everything"

The second one is the story of the founder of Kentucky fried chicken (KFC). He was nobody all his life. But at age 65 he founded KFC.

Another thing that has been a great boost to me is my vast knowledge of the vanity of this life. Anyhow you play it, life is still vain, therefore you better play it your way. (Just make sure you are still within the boundaries of God's laws and principles).

At 33, you are still young. Plus your life is more meaningful because of your education from both school and life.

Some women don't know that they can marry when they are ready just like most men marry when they are ready.

Now that you are ready for marriage, let me tell you a secret. Don't just put your self in the circumstances to be seen by a suitable suitor. Hunt for suitor.

If you go to some good places, you can see men in 30s and 40s determined and responsible but not yet "settled". Can you see a potential and marry the potential rather than already-made?

Hospitals, Universities, Radio station, the press, markets etc. You can locate responsible men there who are determined but not yet "settled".

Can you hunt down a struggling male nurse who is determined but not buoyant enough for wedding expenses? A university staff? A radio presenter? A kerosine retailer?

Just study the skill of 'husband-seeking' carefully, so as not to be love-duped.
God bless you

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Rodeoz(m): 8:02pm On Mar 26
That’s just the best Bro. And don’t make finding a girl your focus, a girl should compliment you. She shouldn’t be all you focus on right now.

All the best Bro.


Olayinka8793:
Thanks bro. To answer your question, I didn't get her cos she later travelled and hasn't returned.
Now, na wife material l dey find cos I can't waste my time dating someone l don't see myself marrying.

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by MrHandsome2013: 8:09pm On Mar 26
Xeeman:
I'm from a northern state where western education is not given much attention. My father is interested in farming but I'm interested in studies because I'm very brilliant.
When I finished primary school I couldn't continue because of the above problem, a friend of my father took me to govt junior secondary of the area and payed one term school fee. When I finished, most of brilliant and average students are wrote science and technical exams to continue Senior secondary education in a better schools (usually boarding), I'm the only one that didn't apply because no one would support me. I'm so depressed and confused. So I continued in the same school (worst case). It turns out to my advantage because during the first term of my SS1, I got scholarship opportunity from American embassy( during G. Bush regime), they sponsor brilliant students to pursue 3 year secondary education in a better school, paying everything and given us books and transport allowances.
I graduated with very good results and later joined university and graduated with first class in engineering.
I was retained as a lecturer and sponsored abroad to further my education. As I speak now, I'm a PhD researcher at Europe and will soon finish my research.
I do alot of hussles from local businesses to private lessons to sustain my self.
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I tab from your grace.
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bros please can you help me with 2500
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Yaasir(m): 8:29pm On Mar 26
Search for your niche. The odd is truly stacked against you but you have to be very clear with what you want. It might not be a smooth ride but it is very possible. In my case, I knew my best bet was education but then cost. So, I must go to a Federal Institution. Almighty JAMB almost truncated that ambition before I "borrow sense". I went to polytechnic first before coming back to Unilag. I told myself from day one that I had no parent to look for a job for me. Therefore, I must finish among the very best in my class; with distinct abilities. I actually achieved that and got my job offer (banks; got many) before leaving Unilag. Then come the new face of the struggle; surviving the corporate world. I worked with 4 banks withing 7years and another FMCG. I rarely lack a job but the satisfaction was not there. Then, I had to rely on my talent again for a new beginning. I decided to travel out of the country, but how? Canada? My best choice but quite expensive. Then, I realized I could look for scholarships for my education as the shortest route to whatever location. I started the journey on September 2, 2017, when I sent over 25 emails to lecturers in Australia. It was a very demotivating and difficult process (rejection rate) before God finally gave me that lone voice from the least expected of source. I read Accounting but the person interested in me was an Environmental Scientist (UNISA)! That was when the process started having meaning. To cut the long story short, I did not win the scholarship to UNISA butttttttttttt I won 3 other scholarships - Holland, Austria/Hungary, and Qatar. I eventually settled for Austria/Hungary. On September 2, 2019 (exactly 2 years after) I stepped into my dream in style. While I can't claim to be rich as of today, I am enjoying the very best life has to offer- traveling to countries I never thought of, fantastic accommodation and access to training opportunities.
In essence, concentrate on your talent and never listened to Naysayers. You will meet many of them along your path to success.

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Teejaney88: 8:53pm On Mar 26
I was born in a very poor farmily but things got worse when my dad died(I was in ss11 then). when I went to the polytechnic it was my maternal aunties that paid my fees... I did my HND in Computer Engineering without a phone or laptop, this limited my development (as far as practical learning is concerned). with this and many other challenges, I managed to graduate with 3.50.
I was lucky to be posted to redeemers college of technology and management(RECTEM) for NYSC. we were used for accreditations when NBTE came. my service year at redemption camp was one of the best years of my life...
l remember being called by the registrar. She asked me if I will like to stay with them after my nysc...Why not! I prayed fasted and hoped but it never came to pass. that would have been the. turning point in my life and that of my family...
as at now I'm back home ( Kaduna state) teaching at a private school. I also take private lessons to compliment my small salary
I also bought a laptop hoping to start learning web debt/ programming...
Age is not on my side but I'm not resting on my oars... still hoping... still pushing...
God bless our hustles...

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Cromagnon: 9:15pm On Mar 26
sEGXY2:
How does one escape poverty in country like Nigeria where everything that is not you wants to kill your dream. If you grew up poor and somehow escaped poverty please kindly share your story lets learn.

I know we're currently amidst a severe pandemic but a lesson or two won't hurt anybody.
education and hardwork
not schooling and sufferhead o
an

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by nomenclature(m): 9:18pm On Mar 26
Trust me I am not ungrateful ,already built my mom a crib,told her to stop working and placed her on monthly salary since the past 3 years ,my elder bro is doing well too,he doubles as my financial advisor too.we good
Excuzeme:


Nice to hear you are doing fine now.

And did you remember and have you been helping those who made the sacrifice (Yoru Mum and your Brother) so you can move abroad?
Most people forget their little beginnings and dont remember the ladder they used in climbing up.
Try help them to climb up too, especially that your brother who could have scuttled your plans by instigating your Mum against it but did not.

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Cromagnon: 9:18pm On Mar 26
Goodgod213:
After I saw how my dad suffered to raise the two of us I and my sibling till the company he was working with went down. We started living from one aunt house to uncles houses. I have been thrown out on four occasions, accused of stealing on many occasions, starved by family, disowned by my own mother who is in the abroad sending monies to different people in Nigeria and disregarding her son because I looked like my father. At 21 I moved to ibadan, stayed with a friend, dumped by my gf, Hustled to get my cert, did my Nysc, hustled more, bought a land at ibadan, bought my first car, bought another car, moved down to Lagos, rented a apartment.

Now I have a unisex salon, a boutique, a car listed on Bolt, and Presently working on roofing my project.

It’s not been easy. Not all women are mothers.
name the hustles.ppl want to follow your footsteps
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by Mekudi: 9:22pm On Mar 26
razible5384:
so you really call this a testimony? Reaping from another man sweat...is this the legitimate hustle your mate are doing? Just know that karma is real an whatever u sow that u shall reap, if not now, in future
kill yourself
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by DannyG8(m): 9:39pm On Mar 26
Goodgod213:
After I saw how my dad suffered to raise the two of us I and my sibling till the company he was working with went down. We started living from one aunt house to uncles houses. I have been thrown out on four occasions, accused of stealing on many occasions, starved by family, disowned by my own mother who is in the abroad sending monies to different people in Nigeria and disregarding her son because I looked like my father. At 21 I moved to ibadan, stayed with a friend, dumped by my gf, Hustled to get my cert, did my Nysc, hustled more, bought a land at ibadan, bought my first car, bought another car, moved down to Lagos, rented a apartment.

Now I have a unisex salon, a boutique, a car listed on Bolt, and Presently working on roofing my project.

It’s not been easy. Not all women are mothers.
lolz tell us how you manage to come out of poverty
Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by mmuonso(m): 9:52pm On Mar 26
OK, after Corona I will finish my story, but for now, My father was not that rich,,died when I was 11, my rich uncle promised to take care of my school fees so my mum can take care of the rest ,he paid my first term fee, but wanted to fukkk my mum who was still morning her husy, remember,she is still wearing her black clothes, not upto 1 month he died, my mum asked him if he was crazy to make such demand, the uncle became soooo mad and turned his back to my family, we enjoyed the hardship like no other ,in my second year in secondary school, we went to the place my brother was serving someone as a BOI BOI to borrow his only sandals so I could continue with my education, we later went back to him after few years to see if he could change his mind, but he told us to go fuukk ourselves, that day, I told him that in few years to come ,his kids must come to me for help, ladies and gentle men, he said that such will never never happen, because he made enough money that covers his kids till eternity, I was 14 then, and I told him , lets bet it will happen, to my own surprise, he brought out his fat hand and made a bet with me. fast forward 25years later, brothers and sisters, am helping his kids now, there is God and and AS LONG AS AM ALIVE, 100K WILL NEVER NEVER BE A PROBLEM TO ME, AND NOW, I HAVE ATLEAST 30PAIRS OF SHOES

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Re: For People Who Grew Up Poor And Eventually Escaped Poverty, Whats Your Story? by maasoap(m): 9:58pm On Mar 26
Excuzeme:


He wont be here and there for them, forever!
They have to learn to survive on their own.
Even Mummy and Daddy will go one day and if unlucky like Abiola, the wealth might disappear with their going!
It then becomes all man for himself.
Imagine, in a state of WAR like that of Rwanda, Somalia, Biafra, etc, how will your father's wealth help you or your brother's presence?

If there is a way he can talk to his Parents, about his fears for his siblings, maybe there is something they can do about it before its too late.

I was just pulling his leg

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