Education

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Literary Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
ADEKOYA Adetunji

Submitted: March 28, 2017

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Today’s curriculum not useful for tomorrows leaders

African teaches informal, They raise broods of formal readers

Education is from God, Not from dictators or policymakers

All are force in a train, To highlight at retirements

You have gifts, Except you his yours under soil of laziness

Mona Lisa was painted, Edinson's light shines

Rainbow was painted, God's sunlight shines

Many were called professors

Goats fly, Elephants jumps, Horse crawls

Fools don’t know the God who is mysterious

Your profession are written in God's hands

No God No Glory, Lord knows we are gamblers


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