Real Estate mogul, Quincy Okoh professionally known as Quincy Nippon has advised old classmates to stop looking down on their fellows because they are more successful than them.
Quincy, who was born and raised in Aba, the commercial city of Abia State – in a lengthy Instagram post reminisces the memories of old school days, especially Primary and Secondary days. The businessman who attended Cameron Barracks Primary School and Wilcox Memorial Comprehensive Secondary School, Aba – told classmates to always help each other whenever they cross path.
Nippon said the realities of life is that not everyone of their classmates made to the university and not every one of them became successful after obtaining a degree. “Some of us are still struggling with life some of us are already settled. Some of us are still finding it difficult to eat two square meals in a day. Some of us have traveled abroad. Some of us went back to village”, Quincy says.
He, however, called on classmates who have become successful to always help each other.
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“DEAR CLASS MATE😥 #cameron barracks primary school aba #cameronbarracksprimaryschoolaba #wilcox memorial comprehensive secondary school aba
“Some of us didn’t further our education after Primary/secondary school some of us further to university some of us got married yet some of us are not married. Some of us are still struggling with life some of us are already settled.
“Some of us are still finding it difficult to eat two square meals in a day. Some of us have traveled abroad. Some of us went back to village, some of us have seen real hell and still facing hell some of us the last time we sat in a classroom was the last day we wrote our secondary school exams, in Short life is not cool to everyone.😅
“The fact that u are settled and doing well doesn’t mean others are in the same page with u when ever u call or run into your old classmate, let the conversation be simple!! That we are still alive should be a thing to celebrate.
“Stop making your friends feel less valued because u are married, Engaged or done with school.
Life is filled with ups and downs.
Life can turnaround.
“Never forget that you once have a best family in the local government of secondary School, remember how we all used to be.. remember who used to help you out in exam Hall.
Remember that most the exam we wrote back then was not just about your intellectual effort but the collective efforts of your fellow classmates.
“Just remember how we used to fought for each other and even answered presence for each other in our absence in class. What about how we helped one another during the compound work days?
“This the time you have to pay and show your classmates some love now you are in a better position. Remember that the things you do today will might turn and hurt you tomorrow.
“Don’t feel too proud because you have bread, remember someone owns the bread company.
All fingers are not equal.
“You can stress your hand and be a blessing to your fellow classmates instead of mocking them simple because you’re in a better position than them..
Life is not predictable.
Be Nice and stay alert and firm..
ONE Love 💓🙏…. God bless you all.