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The Reason Why I Dropped Out Of Medical School At 500L – 43 Year Old Wheelbarrow Pusher Narrates

A Wheelbarrow pusher from Benue state narrated a touching story of why he had to drop out from school in his 500 level while he had an interview with PUNCH. What would make a Man give up when he has gotten this far? Let's find out!

A 43 year old wheelbarrow pusher in Benue state speaking with PUNCH, narrated why he dropped out of the University of Ibadan during his 500 level as a medical student. Terhemen Anongo is a wheelbarrow pusher in Benue state who left University of Ibadan to return to Gboko town in benue state to begin a new life by pushing barrow.

In an interview with PUNCH, Terhemen Anongo noted that his initial field of study was Petroleum Engineering but his father insisted that he studied Medicine which caused a lot of depression for him. Terhemen Anongo also mentioned that he got admitted into the University of Ibadan during 1996/97 session. By the year 2000 as a medical student he moved to the teaching hospital, UCH (University College Hospital).

Speaking to PUNCH Terhemen Anongo noted that he dropped out in his 500 level after he suffered from severe depression which was mainly caused by the the unfriendly academic environment. The depression made Anongo lose interest in the Medical School that was what made him drop out. At some point, he realized what he did and tried to get back but the Authorities wouldn't let him.

Terhemen Anongo is based in Gboko, Benue State where he works as a porter and a wheelbarrow pusher. During his interview with PUNCH, Anongo mentioned that he graduated from secondary school with the best grades, his best subjects were physics and Mathematics. He was never into Medicine, he wanted to study Petroleum Engineering. His father was the reason why he went into Medicine, he didn't choose the course of his dreams.

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