For someone to achieve his/her dreams then you must work hard and avoid doing things that might hinder your success journey. You should also avoid loosing hope because everything is possible so long as you are dedicated and pushing yourself to do the extra ordinary.
You will face a lot of challenges but that should not be a discouraging factor because they will strengthen and teach you a lot of lessons in life.
A man identified as Mathew Aol Nyamlori has affirmed that everyone is capable of making it in life. Mathew spent 22 years in primary school but did not give up and promised himself that he must one day graduate. He confirmed that he qualified to move to form one after repeating class 8 nine times.
He then moved to secondary school where life was not easy being that he was a slow learner. However, he managed to pass and joined Kenyatta University where he graduated with a Bachelor's degree after all those years.
Netizens have rushed to the comment section to congratulate him for working hard despite the challenges he was facing. Below are their reactions;
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