- Akintola Kolawole Daniel has been promoted and transferred as principal to the same school he worked as a clerical assistant on grade level 03 in 1998
- Kolawole made the disclosure on his official Facebook page on Thursday, January 23
- According to Kolawole, he proceeded to the college of education to study and become a teacher while working as a clerical assistant at C&S College Ilorin
A Nigerian man identified as Akintola Kolawole Daniel has given credence to the truism that hard work pays when he got a promotion worth celebrating.
Recently, Kolawole got promoted and transferred as principal to the same school he worked as a clerical assistant on grade level 03 in 1998.
Legit.ng gathers that while working at C&S College Ilorin as a clerical assistant, Kolawole fell in love with teaching and proceeded to the college of education to study and become a teacher.
He posted on his official Facebook page: "I give God all the glory for his Grace & Mercy on me. How can I explain this, I started working in C&S College Ilorin as clerical assistant on grade level 03 in 1988, Now am promoted and transferred to the same school as Vice Principal in the same school. It can only be God. Thank you Jesus."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Barbers Hill Independent School in Texas, United States, mandated one of its students to cut his dreadlocks, otherwise, he will not be able to walk in his graduation ceremony.
The boy, Deandre Arnold, was suspended by the school board after he refused to cut his hair because of his Trinidadian background.
The dreadlocks violate the district's dress code, which was reportedly revised over Christmas break.
Outraged parents and members of the Black Lives Matter organisation gathered at a school district board meeting to express their displeasure over Arnold’s suspension.
In other news, a 3-year-old Malaysian boy living in the United Kingdom made a record by becoming the youngest member to join Mensa UK, the largest and oldest international high IQ society in the world.
The boy, Muhammad Haryz Nadzim, was said to have been invited to join Mensa after meeting with a psychologist and scoring 142 on the Stanford-Binet IQ test, placing him in the 99.7th percentile.
The chief executive of British Mensa, John Stevenage, congratulated Nadzim, saying the society is delighted to have him.
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