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She Was Supposed To Remain A Poor Primary School Pupil, Her Genuineness Changed Her Life (Opinion)

I believe everyone can recall the story of the little primary school pupil Sucess Adegor, a young bright young lad that trended on the internet because of her outspokenness.

The then Primary 3 pupil of Okotie Eboh primary school 1 in Delta state was sent out of school because her parents were unable to afford her school fees.

Her parents were from the lower class region of our society, her dad was a commercialist and the mum a recharge card seller.

Her story was heard by all when a neighbour of theirs by name Stephanie Idolor recorded her when she was shouting furiously over her being sent away from school and afterwards uploaded the video on social media.

The amazing thing about the whole happening was that the young girl was not just sad that she was sent out of school but she outrightly revealed that she preferred to be flogged rather than being sent out from school. So much passion for studies coming from a young girl that was just 7 years old as at then.

Success Adegor is an outspoken young little girl, so genuine that she didn't conceal her real feelings. 

Come to think of it, in a time when young kids about her age celebrate whenever they are sent away from school, another prefers to be flogged so as to remain in class. I really think Success deserved all the credit she got.

A popular social media personality, MC Jollof registered her in a private school and paid her school fees for two term also promising to fund her education to university level, the Chairman of Sapele local government, Chief Eugene Inoaghan also offered her scholarship and above all success bagged for her self an endorsement deal with a Dubai company.

Today Success is no longer that child whose parents could not afford her school fees, but rather she is now the shining light for her family.

No matter what you are facing or you think you are passing through, don't forget that little success suffered so much but got to the top being her actual self.

Don't try and pretend to live the life of another because you were not born with a silver spoon.

If Success could get to the top being real and genuine, I also believe you too can get there too.

Just like it did for Success, it will work for you as well

See photos of Success before her fame

Success After her fame

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Delta Eugene Inoaghan MC Jollof Okotie Eboh Stephanie Idolor


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