“From the looks of things my life seems to be bleak, my dreams seem to be shattered. I have been left with no option except to appeal to well-wishers to help shape my life academically. May the corporate world please help me with support,â€ said the soft-spoken Ntokozo.
He was raised by his grandfather, a peasant farmer in Dorset area of Shurugwi South, where he persevered and successfully studied at primary and secondary school.
â€œI hate my past because it has caused a lot of problems in my life, chief among them failureÂ to proceed to Aâ€™ Level. After completing Oâ€™ level my peers tried to hood wink me into juvenile delinquencies such as drug abuse – to no avail.Â Â I chose to be addicted to academic excellence and I never let those who are addicted to small thinking make me think like them and abandon my big dreams. If you canâ€™t dream it you can never have it,â€ he said.
Those that want to help free Ntokozo from the chains of poverty that tie him down can contact him at +263 712 095 086 or +263 735 030 590 or e-mail him at [email protected]Post published in: Featured