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In Delta Meet the 60-yr-old shit packer who is a secondary school student

The 60-yr-old identified as Adalabu Seribor who is a shit packer after school hours, is reportedly a JSS II student of Izon College, Bomadi- Overside in Bomadi Local Government Area, Delta State.

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News reports have revealed the determination and resilience of a 60 year old man who is a JSS II student of a Secondary school in Delta state.

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The 60-yr-old identified as Adalabu Seribor who is a shit packer after school hours, is reportedly a JSS II student of Izon College, Bomadi- Overside in Bomadi Local Government Area, Delta State.

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Adalabu Seribor working after school hours

(misspetite)

 

Speaking with Vangaurd on his unique and rare choice, Seribor said:

"I decided to go to school at this age because I perpetually feel the pain of being an illiterate in this modern world where everything has to do with English and education. I also do not want a situation whereby someone else would interprete or write for me if eventually I am chosen to hold an office in my community.

“I am sixty years now and the reason why I decided to go to school at this age is because I perpetually feel the pain of being an illiterate in this modern world where everything has to do with English and education. My mother died during childbirth when I was a little boy, while my father was a hunter. I was raised by a grandmother after the death of my mother and later taken to a step-mother when my father remarried.

“I went through discomfort and hardship from my tender age to adulthood. It would interest you to know that I was so tender at the time my mother died that I was crying for food while she laid dead. I went through struggles all through my life. I was opportune to go to school at my young age, when a relative, who was a magistrate at Ekeremor in Bayelsa State, took me to his house, but because of early morning beatings due to my failure to greet him when rising from bed, I fled back to my father. I had no opportunity to go to school since then, and continued doing menial jobs to survive, which I am still doing."

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60-yr-old Adalabu Seribor amongst class mates

(misspetite)

 

Speaking on his decision to return to school at such an old age, Seribor reveals:

“I realized that without education one cannot do well in this present society. I also do not want a situation whereby someone else would interprete or write for me if eventually I am chosen to hold an office in my community.” Makes a living pushing wheelbarrow Seribor, who also explained how he managed to combine his studies and work, “I am a truck-pusher. After school hours, I go back home to look for work to do, which I have been doing to earn a living. I pay my school fees from there. I am determined to complete my education because of the pains in my heart. Have come to realise that one cannot do well without education in this society. I do all type of menial jobs for a living: I pack dirt from gutters, I pack sand, clear grasses in people’s compounds and pack soak away faeces in the dead of the night. I am a JSS II student and by the grace of God I will finish from this school.”

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We hope his determination takes to the places he has imagined for himself, and gets him a better life.

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