Unconventional Paths: My response to questions surrounding my studies

The Nigeria that I grew up in is one that, at the time, was extremely one dimensional both in the societal norms and cultural expectations shouldered by adolescent children. I suppose that the same could be said of the world to some degree, but I can only speak so confidently of the scenes my eyes have seen the most in my story so far.

In secondary school, there came a point in the career of a student in the Nigerian secondary school curriculum where each pupil needed to select the subjects — moreover, the group…