- Esther Ahmadu is a widow who understands that being a mother is beyond childbirth and she has demonstrated such
- The woman ensured that her son who kept failing O'level examinations succeeds in his quest for a tertiary education
- Emmanuel Oluwasayomi Ahmadu wrote O'level examinations 17 times in five years with the help of his mother who sponsored the exams
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A Nigerian widow identified as Esther Ahmadu has demonstrated that being a mother is beyond childbirth.
The retired teacher never gave up on her son, Emmanuel Oluwasayomi Ahmadu, when the latter failed O'level examinations many times in five years, Vanguard reports.
YEN.com.gh gathers that Emmanuel wrote O'level 17 times in five years and his mother was the one who sponsored the examinations.
Speaking of his mother, the young man said: “My mom has been the one God used in sponsoring majority of my enrollments throughout the 16 primary schools, 14 secondary schools and the entire 17 O’level examination attempts, including the University Matriculation Examinations (UME) I wrote 5 times."
According to Emmanuel, his mother spent virtually all her salaries for his education and also borrowed money from people.
Emmanuel, who just finished serving his fatherland through the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), said his mother also engaged in all types of petty businesses and also obtained bank loan just to sponsor his enrollments and education and that of his siblings.
He added: "She trained us in God’s way from childhood and she never gave up on any of her children despite opposing tides and societal challenges."
Emmanuel said his mother would always encourage them never to be tired and that all would be well.
In a separate report, Kwadwo Safo Junior, the CEO of the Kantanka Group of Companies, has released a video demonstrating how its new brand of Uber-like cars actually work.
In footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of Kwadwo Safo Junior, the CEO took a video inside the small car that reportedly make little to no noise when in motion.
Once the car got started by one of the mechanics at the company named Sowa in the video, it simply started moving smoothly with no further manipulations with the hand.
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