- A 50-year-old woman has gone back to secondary school due to her love for education
- The woman identified as Afolashade Ajayi said she would like to study English in the higher institution
- In an interview with Legit TV, she indicated that all subjects are easy for her except mathematics
A 50-year-old Nigerian woman identified as Afolashade Ajayi has enrolled in Ilorin Grammar School in the Kwara state capital.
In an interview with Briefly.co.za, the woman said her love for education made her enrol in secondary school.
Afolashade, whom her classmates call Aunty Sade, said she decided to further her education regardless of her living condition.
According to her, all subjects are easy for her except mathematics. She said her kids usually help her with assignments.
The woman said she would love to further her education to a tertiary institution to study English but she needs support as her bag designing business is not booming as expected.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that six-year-old Charles Mbena is gifted with numbers.
The boy from a humble background in rural Morogoro became an internet sensation when his teachers shared a video of his mathematical prowess.
Mbena revealed that playing with numbers comes easy for him, something that makes him help his elder siblings come to him for help with arithmetics.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that sometimes in life if you need something to be done you just have to do it yourself. Parents of the children at Jumba Senior Secondary School in Mthatha recently did this after taking the initiative to build additional classrooms at the school for their kids.
Heading online, a man with the Twitter handle, @ghettostyler recently shared a picture of builders working on the classrooms. In the caption, he explained that the parents of the children who would be using the classrooms decided to build it for them.
"PARENTS from Jumba Senior Secondary School in Mthatha have taken a decision to build two classrooms, to assist their children with their learning, while they wait for the Eastern Cape Department of Education to assist them.
"The school governing body (SGB) treasurer, Nobomi Sifundo, confirmed that they were using donations from the parents to build these classrooms. This school is one of the schools that were damaged by a tornado last year," he wrote.
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