A third-year medical student must go the extra mile to ensure his dream of becoming a doctor comes into fruition, and that includes selling doughnuts.
Reuben Mulenga has to wake up as early as three o’clock every morning to make doughnuts which he sells to raise money for his school needs.
The 26-year-old University of Zambia (UNZA) student says he relies on free periods and chances in between periods to hawk the doughnuts on the streets of UNZA’S ridgeway campus in order to raise some money.
Reuben who is only able to raise about 39 Cedis (100 Kwacha) within a week told a local reporter he needs about 17,000 Kwacha to pay up his third academic year school fees and that won’t be easy.
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