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Moment Man bumped into his ‘wicked secondary principal’ who doubted his ability to make it in life

A Nigerian man identified with the Twitter handle @Kazywizzzy has narrated how he bumped into his ‘wicked secondary principal’ who predicted that he will never make it in life. 

The man wrote on Twitter,: “I booked a ride last night and the driver was my wicked high school principal, this man told my friends and I back then in school that we might grow old before we make it in life, guess who drove us home from the club while we popped champagne at the back sit💀

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Reactions trailed his post as netizens shared mixed views.

@Majesty Eze: “God please never make me have a reason to be disrespectful to those who were part of my childhood(especially my teachers) cos what ever they said,they said out of experience and not wickedness,you have ro grow matured to a certain level to know this.”

@Benzero: “Doesn’t mean you have made it in life. And doesn’t mean he is a failure yet. You seem not to understand life yet. Maybe that’s what he was talking about but you misunderstood. So popping champagne means you have made it in life?”

@Edward_Onoriode: ” For your mind, you’ve made it in life because you popped some imaginary champagne in a bolt ride? News flash, bolt/uber drivers won’t allow you pop champagne in their car. Your gas don finish and your food no done.”

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