There was no way you wouldn’t have noticed her. I mean , not her physical beauty this time but her bubbly personality and contagious passion for the media(particularly television) are two things you can’t deny about Olabisi.
My first encounter with her is still vivid, one I wouldn’t forget in a hurry. It was our first day in postgraduate school(Pan-Atlantic University) and while I was calmly seated quietly observing this crop of people who were going to be my colleagues for the next 12months, my eyes stumbled upon her. She seemed to be very much at home, smiling generously and turning around in her chair without any sense of restrain. But beyond that, Olabisi also looked familiar. I remember thinking to myself, I have seen this babe somewhere before…Oh on Facebook! It was the same “Olabisi” I had recently added as a friend, and she was nothing short of her online character: cheerful and crazy about content as always. In fact, if you come visiting and inadvertently forgot her name, just ask for “Miss Content” and you would be taken directly to her.
While Olabisi and I are different in some ways(you and I know that I am more of the quiet type right😏), we have these two things in common: passion and faith. We are two individuals whose desire to serve our gifts to humanity drove us to school even when we didn’t have all the finances we needed for a N2,013,000 tuition. Normally that amount would have taken us at least two and half years of working to save up, but we didn’t let that silence our dreams.
Individually, we have been able to pay for our first semester fees of N1,006,500 (mainly from contributions from our friends and family) while schooling full-time and working part-time.However it’s second semester already and while I have been able to pay part of my remaining N1,006,500, my dear friend Olabisi is faced with the possibility of withdrawing from school if she doesn’t pay an installment fee of N606,500 in the next 5 days or less.
Dear friend, my heart bleeds profusely at the thought of watching Olabisi’s dream, passion and labor go down the drain after eight strenuous months of this journey. I can’t even imagine us being starved of the gift of this remarkable “mediapreneur”. And this is why I urgently need to your financial support to keep Olabisi in school. Alone, I can only do a little but together we can and we should show some love to Olabisi(trust me, she is someone you would love to see on television).
To help Olabisi stay in school, kindly send your generous support(no matter how little you may think it is) to:
Account number: 0237630288
Account name: Akinbinu Olabisi Y.
Bank : Gtbank.
Thanks and God bless you abundantly!
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