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Because Of My Condition, My Course Mates Refused To Invite Me To Their Party -Lady Shares Challenges

Nnagboro Precious Chiawu, a graduate of microbiology from the Imo State University has shared with BBC News how life has been for her since the death of her parents. Precious was born with a condition(not mentioned) that according to her makes people not to welcome her to their homes or even give her an opportunity to work and earn a living.

Precious said when she first entered school, they used to look at her and say if it was everyone they would admit in the microbiology department. If she wants to greet them, they would pass her and wouldn't greet her.

Nnagboro Precious is an orphan who lost her father when she was in jss2 in 2004 and her mother died on the day of matriculation. She had first lost the first admission into the university because of money but Precious was determined never to give up as she started looking for who would help with money when she got her second admission into the university.

Luck finally smiled on her after she approached one of her village brothers living abroad who then helped her with money which Precious said she managed from her 100 level to 300 level to pay her house rent and school fees until the money finished and she went back to the brother for help but couldn't get it this time.Left with no choice, Precious started trying other people for help but nobody responded to her except the ones that have little because of the condition of the country.

Pointing at the black cloth she wore, Precious told BBC News that, that was the best cloth she has. She said she sometimes wore bathroom slippers and one clothe to go for lectures for one week. She said she didn't care because she had a target and her target is to go to school and make her late parents proud.

Precious described herself as a jovial person who jokes and plays a lot with people. However, it was not the same for others who according to Precious did not invite her to their convocation party because of her condition. Due to her condition, Precious said after graduation, she started thinking what her condition would be if she was not employed.

Precious During Her Final Day In SchoolShe reiterated that it has not been easy as an orphan as she always stayed back at the hostel during school holidays while others went back to their parents houses. Precious said her prayers to God is for him to help her either by magic or miracle to change her condition because it stops her from many things. Precious said she is also proud for coming out successful as a graduate from her family and making her late parents proud.

Precious story shared by BBC News touched the hearts of many viewers who reacted by asking for her account details so as to help her financially.

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