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I almost couldn’t complete secondary school but now studying in one of the world’s best universities – Noel, Nigerian man who lost both parents at young age shares his story

Noel Ifeanyi Alumona a Nigerian who lost both parents at young age shares his life’s inspiring story on social media.

According to the man, he fell into depression and almost couldn’t finish secondary school when both his parent passed away at a young age. But now he is so happy that he is in one of the best institutions in the world.

Below is the post that the man shared ;

Lost both parents at about 10 and 19. Almost couldn’t complete secondary education.

But today, I study a program that ranks number #One in the world and in one of the best Universities in the World. And working in same University and department is WOW!

Since I was a child, I was drawn to careers that allowed me serve others. Now that I am 29, I am even more committed than ever.

Looking back, it all makes sense and I am super excited for the journey so far and the future ahead.

I am fired up for the next phase and I am grateful to everyone who has supported these processes.

My journey has been God and God alone.

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In another post he said this:

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