I was born and brought up in northern Nigeria as the first son of a rich businessman. At 9, my dad went bankrupt and later became mad due to frustration. I sold charcoal to pay for my high school.I supported my younger sister after our mum died of aids in 2003 and secured her admission into a Nigerian university. I took my self to another university too and graduated in political science. Our last born Yusuf, finished high school in 2007 because I paid for his fees. I am about to publish a book on Leadership so as to enable me start my graduate studies preferably abroad.In spite of all, I know we are not there yet as a family, but we will get there because I don't quit. I will be Nigeria's future President-quote me in the future!
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