- Clement Maosa took to social media on his birthday to thank his granny for all she has done for him
- Sharing a picture of them together, Clement shared how his gogo raised him and made his success possible
- Clement does not know where he would be without her and cannot thank his selfless grandmother enough for all that she is
Clement Maosa gives all the glory to his gogo for the success he has achieved. Without her, Clement does not know where he would be today.
Taking to social media with the sweetest snap of him and his grandmother on his birthday, Clement told the story of how she was his pillar of strength and the woman who made everything possible.
Getting his LLB law degree at 21, Clement thanked his granny for making it possible. She raised him and gave him everything and more, and Clement could not be more appreciative.
Clement strives for greatness every day because of her.
“At the age of 21 I obtained my LLB degree and immediately got my first TV break and since I never looked back, but through it all this here Queen gave me and my siblings the greatest love a human can ask for after both my parents passed on.
"As I celebrate my birthday I reflect on my journey and how I still want to make an impact and achieve all that I’ve dreamt of as an orphaned village boy who was constantly sidelined and told he will never amount to anything. I defy the odds prove that no mountain is high enough to hinder me from my destiny.
“I WILL NOT STOP, I WILL FETCH EVERYTHING I KNOW I DESERVE! Happy birthday day to me, again and again and again because there's more to be grateful for. DANKO IS THANK YOU!”
Briefly News previously reported that Clement Maosa finally launched his foundation after years of "hesitation". The Skeem Saam actor took to social media on Tuesday, 3 November to share that the aim of the Bakgethwa Foundation is to fight for quality education for every child.
Clement took to Instagram and shared that the foundation has touched many lives, not just only in his own province of Limpopo but other provinces in Mzansi as well.
"The aim is to fight for quality education for every child, so ours is to make information accessible to those abandoned and forgotten by the systems so they continue fighting to better their lives and never lose hope or doubt themselves. We continue reaffirming them and instilling back their confidence and dignity."
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Source: Briefly News