62-Year-Old Nigerian Man Who has Never Gone to School in His Life Says he Wants to Know ABC before Dying

62-Year-Old Nigerian Man Who has Never Gone to School in His Life Says he Wants to Know ABC before Dying

  • A Nigerian man has revealed the burning desire and challenge he has set out to achieve before kicking the bucket
  • 62-year-old Mallam Sani Muazu said he doesn't know how to say the alphabets, having never seen the four walls of any educational establishment
  • While lamenting how being an illiterate has denied him many things, Sani expressed his readiness to jump on any free adult education opportunity

A Nigerian man, Mallam Sani Muazu, has cried out that he wants to be educated before going to the great beyond.

According to BBC News Pidgin, the 62-year-old has never been to school or acquired education in any form and as such, cannot even say the alphabet correctly.

62-year-old illiterate Nigerian man says he wants to know ABC before the end of his life
He lamented not ever going to school Photo Credit: @bbcnewspidgin, blog.unicef
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Captured with a book and pen, Sani expressed sadness that being uneducated has robbed him of so many opportunities.

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Sani added that despite owning a mobile phone, he cannot use it properly because of not being educated at all.

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The sexagenarian said he has seen the benefits of being educated in the lives of his childhood friends who went to school.

Sani expressed willingness to embrace any available adult education opportunity that would come his way.

Nigerian actress Iyabo Ojo expresses desire to return to the classrooms

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Nigerian actress Iyabo Ojo had expressed her plans of returning to school.

The mother of two said this while encouraging her fans and followers not to allow anybody to look down on them especially when they are limited academically.

According to her, she is just a National Diploma (ND) graduate as she gave up schooling for her children. Noting that she does not regret it, the actress said that she would be returning to school soon to complete her dreams.

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The actress stated that despite being an ND graduate, she employs graduates to work for her.

She said:

"I no too go school, I might be a blockhead academically like someone called me but trust me, God blessed me with abundant wisdom, knowledge & grace, blessed me with great talent that I never knew I had, today I'm a fantastic & successful actress, a successful businesswoman & a happy woman."

Source: Legit.ng

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