A well known human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu has taken to her twitter handle to celebrate her son Dyslexia after he graduated from a foreign University in the United Kingdom.
According to a tweet she made on her verified twitter handle, she made it known that her son has never attended a public school, making it known that it has been private schools both in Nigeria and United Kingdom.
She ended her tweet by stating it clearly that it was not easy for them and she also thanked God for helping them out.
That's a good one from Aisha Yesufu. It's only God that can do such for us. It's is not easy for parents to train their children here in Nigeria, not to talk of training someone in a foreign University. Congratulations to Aisha Yesufu and her son. God will open for for him.
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