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After rounding up my secondary school and losing my dad to the cold hands of death in 2009 ..NOTHING GOOD COMES EASY ( Dr Nosa )

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NOTHING GOOD COMES EASY
( Dr Nosa )
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After rounding up my secondary school and losing my dad to the cold hands of death in 2009 , I decided to fend for myself in addition to the support I had from my wonderful siblings, I did this because I didnt like depending on anyone wholly, and the fact that finance was limited and things were not all rossy .
So I started off as a phone technician @Third junction in Benin , it wasn't easy for me as I was a bit too young and innocent to hussle in that kind of environment , I faced a lot of reproach , rejections and oppression. I can remember a day that some cultist had to beat me at my work place because I didn't fix their phone to their specification . I also faced a lot of disappointment even among my loved once . Well that's all history , I endured all , passing the stress with joy , I remember those days I use to cry in my room thinking of committing suicide , hmmmn , good old days ..Well that same year I registered for jamb and post-ume , i studied very hard esxpecially after work hours and I was offered to study Medicine and surgery in the prestigious University of Port-Harcourt , River state , Nigeria , having a total score of 60.01 of which the cut off mark was 60 , hmmmn , I was lucky .
So January/February 2010 I started my first year in medical school . I got to UNIPORT without having a place to lay my head , and I wasn't having enough money to rent an apartment off campus meanwhile hostel allocation was yet to be done . So I formed a team with my dear friend , Edafe , we entered one of the hostel , broke into one of the yet allocated room and started staying there . A week later some guys who once resided there came back from holidays , throwing our belongings out , sending us to the street . I pathed with Edafe for a while to look for another place to stay , atleast to keep my belongings , I begged several persons but non obliged initially not until a day or two later a good Samaritan (a colleague of mine ) accepted to help . He only accepted to keep my belongings while I find somewhere else to sleep . I was happy anyway. So I decided to put up in class rooms , I used to keep my paste , tooth brush , powder , small towel , sponge and soap all in my school bag . To freshen up I will go to any nearby hostel to do that then go to my friend hostel to put up a new cloth . I did this for about 2 weeks until he asked me to pack out as my big bag was occupying a considerable part of his small cubicle , so I moved out in search of a new place to keep my belongings . I met another colleague of mine , in this case a senior colleague , he saw me and was surprises that I had emaciated within weeks of school resumption as he once saw me when I broke into one of the hostel room the first day I resumed uniport . He decided to help keep my belongings and even offered to allow me sleep in his cubicle , I was delighted . Unfortunately his younger brother who stays in same cubicle (small room) with him was not happy to receive me in , I didnt blame him thou as the place was too small to occupy 3 persons , so I begged them to help me keep my belongings while I sleep in Choba class room . they obliged .
2 weeks later , uniport formally brought out list of student that got hostel accommodation , unfortunately my name was not there as my post -Ume score was relatively low comparatively to my colleague that was offered accomdation and the fact that I was not an indigene of river state, placed me out of the list . I felt bad , so I decided to buy a cubicle space in abuja campus from one man O war guy who was offered hostel space there , having Engr Edafe and Dr Donald as room mate .
So I got a space in abuja campus thinking I will now have a place to lay my head . Quit unfortunately , the man O war guy sold same space to one other guy , collecting double money for a single space . I and Edafe confronted him but he stood up against us with his team , asking us to knee down , hitting us badly and threatening to throw us out . Who were we to fight Man O war ?? We were no body .The guy that was allocated with us was another tyrant , so to avoid having differences with him I decided to sleep and live in abuja campus class room while keeping my belongings in the cubicle I rented . It wasn't easy as I spent the whole of my First year in class rooms , sleeping , brushing and eating there .
My first 3 years as a medical student wasn't easy as I had to battle with financial difficulties and accommodation issues . Do you know I never ate meat all through this 3 years . Then I use to cook without adding meat ,because i couldn't afford to buy one . My stew used to be a combination of locally made palm oil, sachet tomatoes , pepper and magi . lol . I don't use to cook soup , what I used to do is to buy soup from mama put (mama abuja ) , I will buy N200 soup then ask her to exchange the meat in the soup to more soup , I will then go to my hostel to make EBA , managing the soup so that it can take me 2-3 days . lol
Life was hard , but it didn't stop me from working very hard , i read by books as if that was the only thing I had to do with my life . As at my yr4 I was a bit stable financially and I was able to settle my accommodation issue . I started working as a private teacher to some well to do student who pay me to put them through basic medical courses . I also involved myself in hostel politics , I started involving myself in all kind of business and opportunities . My financial state changed , combined with the money I used to receive from home , I was much more stable till I finished my medical school .
Thou I was stable I couldn't stop sleeping in class rooms because I was used to it so I stayed and read in class rooms even when I was able to afford good accommodation . I spent 7yrs 6months as a medical student in uniport of which I basically spent 7 years of my days sleeping in hard woods of abuja campus .
This earned me my nick name ( working master , working lord , working skeleton etc ) , as I was always found in class room reading .
I graduated from uniport finally as a Medical Doctor , being one of the best student uniport medical school have ever graduated with result that fancy the eyes of everyone .
Why am I telling this story , this is to tell you that " IT IS POSSIBLE ' . Nothing is impossible in life , don't get discouraged , give life your best hit even in the hardest times , if Nosa the phone technician can turn Dr Nosa , a medical Doctor , so you can be anything you want to be in life , Remember , NOTHING GOOD COMES EASY .
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DR NOSA .

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