When life seems to be looking unfair to you, never give up, dust up your ass and keep moving. You never know what the future holds for you, but your ability to strive towards that future makes the real difference from you and every other person.
Eboseremhen Emmanuel, a crippled young man recently celebrated with his friends and loved ones as he finished his NYSC. According to his post on Facebook, the young man is profoundly grateful to his parents for having seen him through in school and praying God blesses them.
''Despite the agony and pain God made me scale through this phase. Mummy, Daddy I won the battle.''
''All the set back and pains from day one till date. Finally I conquered, because of God's grace.'
Many people trooped in on his page to congratulate him on the achievement and praying he finds favour at the labour market.
In every situation you find yourself, your ability to hold on and never give up distinguishes you from others. Be steadfast, consistent and everything will be alright at the end.
Congratulations Eboseremhen Emmanue
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