Young Mum Starts Secondary School After Delivering 2 Kids, Wears Uniform & Socks: “Never Too Late”

Young Mum Starts Secondary School After Delivering 2 Kids, Wears Uniform & Socks: “Never Too Late”

  • A Nigerian girl has demonstrated that nothing can stand in one's way as far as acquiring education is concerned
  • The young mum started secondary school after giving birth to two kids and shared her excitement online
  • Since her viral post, there has been an outpouring of support from many netizens as people hailed her determination

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A Nigerian girl identified as Annabel has returned to secondary school after giving birth to two children.

An excited Annabel shared the new development on TikTok with the caption: "I said yes to school after giving birth to two beautiful daughters.''

Nigerian girl, secondary school after two kids
Annabel started secondary school after becoming a mum of two daughters. Photo Credit: @annabelgold90
Source: UGC

She attached photos, in which she wore a school uniform, to the post. In some photos, the mother of two was seen with all smiles as she posed with school friends while rocking a school uniform and socks.

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It is not clear if she returned to junior or senior secondary school, however, Netizens showered praises on the young mum for her step towards acquiring an education.

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See her post below:

Reactions to the mother of two kids' post

Mrs D said:

"So proud of you for making this decision and so thanks to the people who is looking after the children."

Mommysbaby said:

"Some people think kids are barrier to studies.
"That's a fat lie.
"Kudos to us joor who refuse to drop out after two kids."

NOTINYOURMOOD said:

"This is great congratulations dear,the sky is your limit."

user6781962201826 said:

"Cngratulations may ur kids live longer and prosper."

Paschal Hendrix said:

"Bby i think this is one of the best decisions u have ever make, soo proud of you."

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GOLDEN said:

"It's never too late, kudos to you dear you made the right decisions."

Abeshin Adebimpe Adukeade said:

"Congratulations sis, I love your courage."

Airstar said:

"Am proud of you I went back to the university after I had my child and I graduated last week….self decision matters a lot."

Lady returns to university to write carryover after 7 years

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that a lady had returned to the university to write a carried-over course seven years later.

She posted a vlog on TikTok detailing how she prepared for the examination. In the video posted with her TikTok handle, @lifeofcheeche, the lady said she waited eagerly waited for the day she would rewrite the failed course.

She was seen in the video studying and preparing hard to pass the paper after many years. On the morning of the examination, she went to her school happily and joined other students to take the carry-over paper.

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