Halala: Gorgeous Lady Becomes the 1st Woman in Her Family to Graduate

Halala: Gorgeous Lady Becomes the 1st Woman in Her Family to Graduate

- A beautiful young woman recently headed online to celebrate becoming a graduate

- According to her inspirational post, she is the first woman in her family to graduate

- Many locals have shared their congratulatory messages and well wishes in the comment section of the post

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A gorgeous Muslim woman recently had everyone feeling super inspired after she headed to Twitter to share a post about graduating. According to her motivational post, she is the very first woman in her family to have graduated from college.

"First woman in my family’s history to graduate college. Alhamdulilah. Thank you all sm for the love and well wishes," she wrote proudly in the caption of the post.
Halala: Gorgeous Lady Becomes the 1st Woman in Her Family to Graduate
This young woman is the 1st woman to graduate in her entire family. Images: nimcoessa
Source: Twitter

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The post reached over 146k likes and all received thousands of comments fro her truly supportive friends and followers who wasted no tie in congratulating her and sharing well wishes and messages of support.

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Read a few of their thoughtful messages below:

@TwoPacSugar said:

"MashaAllah, congratulations and may Allah SWT open plenty of opportunities for you"

@sthseapearl said:

"We’re giving her all the likes because she is the FIRST in her family to graduate from college. Quite an accomplishment for any student but profound for first in family."

In more inspiring Briefly News reports, sometimes our callings only become clear later on in our lives and following them at that stage is up to us. A brave young woman Kholofelo Makofane recently shared with Facebook page Varsity World how she made the brave decision to leave her job as a bank manager to become a building science student.

"I was once an Assistant Branch Manager at Capitec Bank. After almost 5 years I decided to follow my dreams of being in construction. 2019, at the age of 29 I was a first-year Building Science student at TUT.

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"2020 at age 30 I was given an opportunity to do my Experiential Training at Steffanuti Stocks. 2021 at age 31, I am a final year student."

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