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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Interesting Story Of Speaker Of The House And A Lawyer :.....

Comedienne Lepaciosbose posted this on Instagram and says......''I don’t know Femi Gbajabiamila personal but this story was so heartwarming I had to share it! You see if you don’t give up on yourself God won’t give up on you!!! KEEP PUSHING!!!! Publicity/media stunt or not, whatever you like you can call it but I'm endeared to the heart that thought of it — my respect for Femi Gbajabiamila!'' .








THIS IS THE PART I LOVE SO MUCH.
New Special Assistant to Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila on Special Needs /Equal Opportunities – Abdulsalam Idowu Kamaldeen

Abdulsalam Idowu kamaldeen, 49, became physically challenged at the age of three (3) due to polio infection. He lost his mother a year after he lost his legs to polio. Abdulsalam started primary education at age of 8 in 1978 at Erin-Ile, kwara state. He started street begging same year due to financial constraint. Thereafter he finished his primary school in 1993 and came to Lagos, where he found himself on the street begging for alms and sleeping under the Dosunmu bridge at Idumota.

After his secondary school education, he then started evening classes. He gained admission to study political science in UNILAG in 2006 and graduated in 2010. In his determination to become a lawyer he sat for JAMB exams and gained admission to study law at the University of Lagos in 2010, (same year he graduated in political science). He finished in 2015. Abdulsalam proceeded to the Nigerian Law School, passed all his papers at first sitting and was called to bar in 2016.

Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila in his former capacity as the House Majority Leader discovered Abdulsalam Kamaldeen and invited him to the floor of the House in 2017 for Special Recognition by the House.

Kamaldeen, a practicing lawyer, hails from Kwara State.
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21 comments:

  1. Wow! What a determination.

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  2. Now this is the REAL DEAL 🙌🙌🙌. I can imagine what this man must have passed through 🤔. God bless you too Mr Femi🙏

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  3. I know this man. We graduated same year in 2010. Same faculty

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  4. Thanks for sharing... I won't give up. NEVER!!!

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  5. I prefer such men being given such positions, as they will understand what it entails.

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  6. Wow, bless his soul, what resilience, very inspiring. He did not resort to kill himself or just sit and depend on alms, he fought hard to change his situation so he too can give alms, he kept pushing. Inspiring and encouraging. God bless you Mr. Kamaldeen.

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  7. Surely this is so refreshing to read. i Will keep pushing.

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  8. Greatest inspiration
    Never ever give up 👌👌👌👌

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  9. Moral of the lesson...

    Don't give up

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  10. I was at the law school with this guy.

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    1. Yeah, Lagos campus. Very strong and determined man.

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  11. Talking to self..."can you see and read for yourself, what is stopping you". Help me Lord!

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  12. Don't get the clear picture. Praising Gbaja for special invitation or something else? This's pure political/Publicity/media stunt .

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  13. I know this guy from uni days even though I was a set above him. so happy for him.

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  14. See me crying reading this...PHEW!.. I just want to hug him. THAT IS DETERMINATION!!...Resilience is the key.
    May the Good Lord continue to bless him more and more..😍😍😍

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  15. If you wanna know more uncle, visit surulere, not aguda o, i mean main lere, from western avenue. He is a man of d boys...lere men/guys are generally simple

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  16. There's no chance.. No destiny, no fate that can hinder the firm resolve of a determined soul.

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  17. Our Legislators failed to make provisions in every and any way for our disabled citizens over the years till date.

    What do these Senators and HOR members do for their constituencies with the funds allocated for projects.

    How come this man, Mr. Kamaldeen begged and suffered on the streets to put himself through school.
    I don't understand the praise accorded Femi Gbajabiamila.

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