A lot of people who go to school think that after finishing their studies, they will immediately become rich.
Former aide to President Goodluck Jonathan and social media influencer, Reno Omokri, took to social media on Tuesday night to address people who think that education automatically leads to financial success.
In a post he made on his Twitter handle, Reno Omokri said that expecting your education to automatically lead to financial success is hallucination. According to Reno Omokri, academic success does not automatically lead to real life success. He also went further to say that the Examination people are given in school is a test of memory, not a test of intelligence or a sign that you will be rich.
Reno Omokri's statement led to a lot of reactions on social media. A lot of people who reacted to Reno's statement said that he is absolutely right, while others said that it is because the educational system of the country has failed.
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