Some people will do anything to see their children succeed in life, using the little they have to make ends meet. A mother went straight to a high school her son attends aiming high that the school will listen to her cry.
She approach the school holding a rooster on her hand in hopes that the principal will allow her to use a chicken as a way to pay off her son's school fee. ' I am single mother my husband left me a long time ago" she said speaking with a source at the gate. My son is determined to study and bring us peace in the family, we go for days without a proper meal, this chicken is all we have for now. Unfortunately her humble request was rejected by the principal of the school and they were left crying tears.
No matter how bad life is on your side giving up is never an option. And those who can afford should learn thr importance of helping others. It is sad to see that people who earn a better happen to reject others without understanding what they are going through.
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