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Tomide Akinrinlola was the name given to me in this world filled with hate love disgust and pity life all began at the age of seven hard tolling and somewhat profiting Moving to a place I have never know a placed called Nigeria the home country of both my mother and father located in Western Africa and borders the Gulf of Guinea between Benin on the west and Cameroon on the east To begin a new life with my aunt and uncle who had always been there for the woman know as my motherNigeria was a funny country not a lot of trees mostly sandy and hot compared to USA with the grassland cool weather and trees almost bigger than the eye can see Hawking food and drinks people hustle just to make ends meet mental ill running around on the road one even bought a cigarette and handicaps and blind begging for money I had arrived in different environment all of these just outside of the place I am to call home a five bedroom bungalow with two living room and exercise room words couldnt explain star struck I wasSchool was just plain weird amusing and disappointing Uniforms had to be worn at my new school Chris land was the name with light green and dark green the school color and uniforms shirts light green and pants dark green with everybody fascinated by my accent and the for some strange way they loved my pronunciation of scissors why I will never know Nevertheless I was made to redo second grade due to coming from a different country and the schoolwork was different I felt sad disappointed and most of all dumb but thats really life it may be good but is not for eternity After my second and third grade I changed school and just like a combo meal it comes with new friends and different surroundings It was my fourth
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