It is believed that education is the key to success,and that educated people are likely to get good job positions in the society. In a rescent interview a young man who has spent over a decade in the same class says he is confident of becoming President in future.He has stayed in class one for over a decade, due to his inability to remember what he has been taught in class.He is believed to be 21 years of age.
According to his mother he is very passionate about school and always punctual but the only thing is that he has short memory, and that he forget easily.The story has touched the heart of many social media users, with some praising him for his resilience and hardwork.
Speaking in an interview he said he is constantly bullied by his class mates,due to the fact that he has stayed in the same class for years.He is often called names by his classmates but that does not deter him from pushing hard to achieve his goal.
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