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07.09.2019 Article

Prof Joshua Alabi Writes

By Prof Joshua Alabi
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I do not pretend to be older than my grandpa, but the truth is despite my age, I'm old enough to confess that life is indeed a mystery. I've seen a Landlord becoming a tenant before his death.

I've seen owner of a ' benz' pedalling a bicycle not for sports but for transportation.

I know a student who became the Vice-Chancellor in his former University with most of his lecturers still teaching under him.

I have seen once rejected boy becoming the bread winner for a whole community.

A once sought-after lady begging a young guy half her age to date her.

A victor becoming a victim.

A driver's conductor buying the bus of his master.

A borrower recruiting the credit manager.

In life, no one knows tomorrow & you can never trust life, because it's mysterious.

Never ever forget, U may not know the full story, don't be quick to judge, every coin has two sides.

Treat everyone in your life fairly like your own & love as much as you live.

So let us be kind, love more & do not try to be smart in anything; for we do not know what tomorrow holds for us. Have a wonderful day!!.

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