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Nigerian Harvard Graduate Shares How His Parents Sold Books to Train Him

Temitope Akande, a Nigerian man went online to narrate how his parents put in so much effort to raise him.
The man who is a Harvard graduate shared a photo of him and his parents standing in front of a bookshop saying the shop practically raised him
His inspiring story inspired a lot of people on LinkedIn where he shared the story.
I couldn’t have done it without my parents

The epic picture taken in front of the bookshop has caused a lot of reactions on LinkedIn

The roof of the bookshop looks old and dusty but it means a lot for Temitope who was able to reach greater heights through the bookshop

Sharing the story, Temitope wrote:

“We don’t come from wealth or privilege, just a lowly young boy from Àgbàdo, but we made it anyway.
“Couldn’t have done it without these 2 phenomenal people, especially my mother! She’s my hero! This bookstore behind us practically raised me.
“It made sure we didn’t starve, and It was the place where I spent countless hours immersed in books, reading about worlds far far away, and expanding the limits of what I could aspire for myself. Today, I’m a graduate of Wharton and Harvard. I’m so grateful!”

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