Young single mum seeks help from Nigerians to return to school, shares photos of her kid and WAEC result

Young single mum seeks help from Nigerians to return to school, shares photos of her kid and WAEC result

- A young single mum has recently sought help on social media as she desires to return to school

- The Nigerian lady identified as Uke Doose Priscilla said she had gained admission to a college of education but dropped out after she got pregnant and couldn't meet up with the responsibilities

- Doose, whose parents are separated, wants to return to school to achieve her dream of being a teacher and leave a good legacy for her kid

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A young mother of one has appealed to Nigerians to assist her in returning to school.

Taking to Twitter, the lady identified as Uke Doose Priscilla shared her heart-touching story.

Doose said she had gained admission into a college of education with the hopes of becoming a teacher but got distracted along the course of her study.

She had dropped out of school after getting pregnant and was not able to handle nursing a child while pursuing her academics.

Sharing photos of herself and the unnamed kid, Doose said she returned to her hometown where she cultivated cassava with her mum to make ends meet.

Things got tough and she lost her mother to cancer. In her quest for a job, she met a friend who after promising to help her only took her to a brothel where she would work as a prostitute, she recounted.

Young single mum seeks help from Nigerians to return to school, shares photos of her kid and WAEC result
Single mum of one cries out, says she wants to return to school Photo Credit: @doose_priscilla
Source: Twitter

Doose had dashed out of the place and now decided to resort to seeking help on social media.

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Rounding off the lengthy narration, she showcased all her academic certificates including her WAEC and called on well-meaning individuals to come to her aid.

Her story moved many on social media as they rallied support for her and encouraged her with spirit-lifting words.

@kadpoly_Campus offered to help saying:

"Once you find a sponsor, please kindly send me a Dm. I promise you today that when you write your jamb and you include Kaduna polytechnic as a choice of institution your admission will be automatic without stress. #Say No To Prostitution."

@Ne_du7 reacted:

"I've met many girls on your position and they continued with prostituting and they can't seem to stop. I thank God and praise you for fleeing away from it and may God bless you. Pls do not see prostution as a source of livelihood."

@tyewoolove said:

"I'm glad you asked for help and I pray may you find the help."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a single mum of 4 jubilated as she passed her bar exams after trying for 10 years.

Her daughter identified on Twitter as Naeche (@srrytothisman) shared the news and explained that she graduated from law school in 2011.

For the past 10 years, she had been working and raising 4 kids all on her own. In the video, the woman is seen dancing hysterically before proceeding to kiss the portrait of a man presumed to be her late husband.

Victor Duru is a journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2


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