The Biggest Risk I Had Ever Taken In School
Hello everyone, I hope the day is going on fine for you.
I will like to share my risk story, and how it came out for me.
The Time I Took Risk
I can vividly recall during my days in the university because that was a very good time to have some experiences.
There was a lecturer I hated so much not that it was only me that hated him but the general students in quote due to his character towards student.
A pregnant student who is married came a bit late to write her exams though, this man called Mr Chigozie never permitted her to come in just because she was late.
She then decided to sit outside pending on when a good Samaritan would come to her rescue.
Unfortunately no other lecturer came and we all pleaded with the lecturer who was a supervisor for the exam (Mr Chigozie). He told her to leave and the lady patiently waited somewhere outside. Out of anger, he came shouting and he used a stick to beat the pregnant lady.
Then she was unconscious because she was heavily pregnant and sustained some injuries, that was when I stood up in a rage and pounced on the Chogozie. The whole student beat up the man till he fainted. It was an external security agency which was SARS that were called which came up to his rescue. Then SARS were still in operation.
The man noted me very well because I was the one who instigated his beating. Though he was hospitalized and given some months off to recover fully.
To cut the long story short, the exam was cancelled and postponed.
The new exam date
On the new exam date, the lady came to write her exams and it was peaceful.
What was the latter Outcome?
I never thought I would write the man (Mr Chigozie) course because I knew I failed it and he wasn’t the one handling it then. Then I knew I was in a big soup. I never attended his class because when he recovered and came back, he was eager to get my registration number the day he met me attending his course.
The Choice I made
Then I had to put in someone who will be helping me with assignments to submit and class work. But on the day of exams, I came late and he was the one who ordered other supervisors to lock up the doors after the commencement of exam.
Seen the door locked, I knew there was no way to get into the exam hall. And the only means was going through the roof of the building because there were holes.
Other lecturers understood Mr Chigozie was angry with me because I instigated his beating.
Then after, Mr chogozie had finished his corrections for exam errors, he locked the door and went out making sure no one comes in and no one goes out.
I went to an easy place where I could get to the roof, not quite long I dropped down gently into the class and other supervisors could only understand what happened and were silent over the issue. They even gave me a better place to write my exams. That was when I wrote my exams quickly because I prepared.
After submission with others, Mr Chigozie came in and was shocked to see me finished. where he wasn’t smart was as soon as he came in other students who had also finished left through the door and I was still inside trying to pack my things.
When he saw that I have written my exam, and submitted, I pleaded with him not to be offended on the issue of the other day then I left.
He tried searching for my paper but couldn’t and didn’t cancel the exam because it will be stress for him. He tried on different means to get me but I was sure to pass the course with a B grade. But later when the result came out I saw an A.
That was how I overcame him peacefully. The chances of risk were too slim because if he had noticed my registration number, he would have failed me just like he did to other students that attacked him.
But I wrote mine peacefully and guess what? Some of the students, who were involved in his beating, were still held captive in his hands despite their plea. But I backed out peacefully.
Words of advice
Anywhere you find yourself, try to familiarize with such environment because it might help in the day of trouble.
Thanks for reading, do have an awesome day