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|Going To School Will Not Solve Poverty! by The5DME(m): 8:51am On Jan 04, 2021|
Your parents lied to you. Going to school will not solve your poverty. If that's the mentality you harbour going to the university; I'm sorry for you.
The rules have changed but our parents never realised it. Just like the rules of money has changed. Know this and be free.
|Re: Going To School Will Not Solve Poverty! by donbachi(m): 9:01am On Jan 04, 2021|
Since going to school does not solve poverty.as posited by u.wat then,is ur own panacea for wealth creation.
|Re: Going To School Will Not Solve Poverty! by Shelumiel: 9:29am On Jan 04, 2021|
The5DME:True talk. But what is the solution?
|Re: Going To School Will Not Solve Poverty! by bluefilm: 9:52am On Jan 04, 2021|
Why will you ask him that type of question?
Does he look like someone who has any other thing to contribute apart from ranting on nairaland?
|Re: Going To School Will Not Solve Poverty! by paulolee(m): 3:21pm On Jan 04, 2021|
that was the biggest scam when growing up, we now realized dt education is really the key to success but not in this country..
if I can rewind time, I would have learned a skill with all the time n money i wasted searching for admission n paying fees..
atimes I do feel like taking a stop but I jus wana finishup n gift the b.s.c to my parents and face life properly..
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