An update and message of gratitude from Miriam:

Thank you very much READ, for making me realize my dream of becoming an economist. I've always wished to make it to campus it's a dream of many people out there - a dream that I didn't imagine that one day I'd realize.

Coming from a poverty stricken background, persuing my dream of becoming a role model in our community, and to the rest of women out there, who think hardships are the end roads to many destinies, this is a very great honour.

I surely can’t hide the happiness inside me, for you guys having helped me get to another level of my life, building what I really wished to become. You are such people of big hearts, blessed hands and kindness. On behalf of my mom, who’s in the village, ,we say thanks a lot ,for cattering for my needs, paying my rent, school fees, food, and other essentials which contributes to my smooth life here in campus.

Surely, if it were not for your generous hearts,I wouldn’t have gone any far, maybe I would have gotten married because my mom couldn’t make to pay for my fees, she
only struggles to put food on the table, shes only a primary school dropout,and she gets a very low wage from her daily hustlings, that can’t pay for someone’s fees. I’m working very hard to make you
proud, at least my hardwork will motivate you, and encourage you to keep on providing for me, then when i graduate, and get a job, I’ll help her and sponsor other needy kids, just like you are supporting me.

Being a second year, and having been paid for my school fees in time makes me very happy. It always reminds me to work for the best only. Thank you so much for your support.  I’ve got so many friends here,including my teachers.I love them so much because they make me enjoy life in school. Life would be too  boring without friends.


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