My commercial bus driver friend is doing better than me - Nigerian actor says

My commercial bus driver friend is doing better than me - Nigerian actor says

- A Nigerian actor and screenwriter called King Kelvinson has shared the story of his former classmate who is now a bus driver

- King said that he was pitying his friend for his condition

- The actor revealed that he later found out that his former classmate has a house and three other taxis for business

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A screenplay writer identified as King Kelvinson has taken to his Twitter page to share a personal experience he had last year. According to him, the experience made him have a rethink about life.

Narrating his experience, King said that he alighted from a bus last year and wanted to pay the driver. The actor stated that the driver rejected the money and told him not to bother.

Surprised at the kind gesture, King said he took a closer look at the driver and then realised that it was his classmate. According to the screenwriter, when he got home, he started pitying his classmate.

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Unknown to him, King's classmate is a successful man.

King stated that a week after his encounter with his classmate, he found out that he is married with a house of his own. King further noted that his classmate owns three taxis for business.

The screenwriter concluded that his classmate is doing better than him.

In many climes, some people are considered poor and often pitied because of the kinds of jobs they do. These jobs are considered menial and below some kinds of calibre of people, just in the case of King's classmate.

Surprisingly, these people end up surpassing the expectations of people as they are able to achieve a lot in a short while.

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