The girl is here again!!
January 2nd I was already back in Ilorin with that am outta home feeling, but really I went that early because of free ride and nothing more. Lemme now burst your brain, I had no place to stay, the accommodation provided by my PPA was a mess, somehow I got myself a place to stay and also a roomie(Omotola). We shared the flat with four other people(Dupe, Damijo, Eruns and Tomiwa) we fought, played, argued, cry, partied and even served Nysc punishment together to show you the kind of bond we shared but trust me they were all amazing in their ways.
Being a secondary school teacher was one of the best things that has ever happened to me, it gave me that sense of responsibility, people ask me how I do it with my stature(smally) the way you carry yourself matters sometimes and I try not to play too much with the students. I made lot of friends both teachers and corp members. My batch was a very crazy one in BSMC, we always have to beg every month for clearance and it’s always one complain or the other but guess what? we got used to it and saw it as a normal thing.
I started thinking of what to do with my life in Ilorin since I started learning baking in Ibadan before I left for camp, I did couple of jobs and decided to stop until I complete my training because I wasn’t pleased with the outcome and you know how u people, YES you!! Like free jobs. In summary sha I decided to do a professional course in management (NIM) that was introduced to me by Nima’h my friend now sister, it was not easy at all because I only joined a month to exam but Alhamdulilah with the help of Nima’h and Allah we passed.
I met lotta sugar daddies (chai Ilorin is a town of adultery), even the young one’s are perfect examples of Yoruba demon, it was annoying and embarrassing at first but I later got used to the fact that adultery is in their DNA……the 10months in Ilorin was really challenging, I survived mainly on allawee which wasn’t easy at all, I had my heart broken, very sad huh!!!
I forgot to mention Tosin, Khaurat, Damilola, Fauzee, Sis Ameenah, Sultan, Olakunbi they all made the stay in Ilorin interesting. I learnt a whole lotta lessons these past few months one of which includes, nothing beats being a good person, you always get the reward no matter how long it takes. Thanks y’all for reading this long and yet boring episode……