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Perseverance pays for Anam

By Michael Vega
Globe Staff / October 27, 2006

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Oliver Anam was never one to shy away from hard work. When he first came to the United States from Lagos, Nigeria, in 1969, he was willing to do whatever it took to put himself through Howard University, and he sent home what little money he could from the various jobs he held as a janitor, dishwasher, fast-food fry cook, ... (Full article: 1006 words)

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