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Day 30: Queen Adepero Ajayi #MyMBBSJourney
April 30, 2016
I’m Back!
May 30, 2016

Hello fam, how are we faring, I missed you and the series seemed so loooong or was it just me, anyways, I have you back to myself alone. Lol.
I want to thank my colleagues who took time and energy to be a part of this series, words can’t describe, I’m sure someone read and took one of these decisions; study medicine, continue on the MBBS journey with strength rejuvenated or turn away from medicine; whichever, you’ve touched lives. For people who really wanted to be a part but couldn’t, you could send and have it featured in the testimony column of the blog. (Don’t see me on the road and ask me why I didn’t tell you something is going on here, you can subscribe via mail and get insiders gist and awoof that is coming up soon, scroll down, don’t carry last.)
I want to say a very big thank you to Chike for his support in making this series a success, from teaching me graphics designing and learning with the pictures I used for the publicity, to experimenting and creating, to your invaluable time and advice, God enlarge your territory. *Clears throat* He is one of the best you can ever get, it’s just the truth, check him out here , you could also apply to his graphic designing classes (You’ll get a certificate) you really want to apply trust me, his fees are affordable too.
I really love the message I sent to request my colleagues to be a part of this and I’m going to drop it here for future reference, I wished someone sent me that.
Thank you for reading, liking and sharing the posts, God bless you, I hope to share your story too if you’ll let me in the testimony column of this blog. All you have to do is send me a mail of your testimony, if you want to be anonymous fine, I just believe strongly that our stories and lives can give hope to someone else.
I really want to say this, “Be proud of your story, your scars and your past; embrace it because it doesn’t define your future. We’ve got just one life to live and we should all learn to tell our stories. I promise to tell mine more often with all the vulnerability too.

Tell me you love our new location, it’s still under construction though!
Live. Love. Inspire.

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