Joy as Single Mum Shares Master's Graduation Stage with 5-Year-Old Daughter Who Received 'Diploma'

Joy as Single Mum Shares Master's Graduation Stage with 5-Year-Old Daughter Who Received 'Diploma'

- A single mother, Briana Hawkins, has made her five-year-old daughter happy after sharing her Drake University graduation stage with her

- After the little girl's pre-school graduation was cancelled, her mum shared her stage with her to let her see what accomplishing goals looks like

- Both mother and daughter were full of joy as Briana received her Master's degree certificate while Reagan got a special 'diploma' too

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A single mum identified as Briana Hawkins has put a smile on her five-year-old daughter's face as she shared her graduation stage with her after the latter's pre-school graduation was cancelled.

In a video that was posted on Twitter by @ABC, the woman and her daughter Reagan wore graduation gowns and were both called on stage.

Joy as Single Mum Shares her Master's Degree Graduation Stage with 5-year-old Daughter who Receives Diploma
The single mum decided to share her graduation stage with her daughter after the latter's pre-school graduation was cancelled. Photo credit: goodmorningamerica.com
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As Briana received her master's degree certificate from Drake University, Reagan also received a special diploma.

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She said she wanted her daughter to have a graduation experience after hers was cancelled. Briana wanted to show her daughter that she can do anything.

In Briana's words:

"I wanted her to see what accomplishing goals looks like. I want her to always believe in herself even when times get hard."

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In other news, Eunice Nwenearizi, a Nigerian lady who graduated with a first class in mass communication from Babcock University, said it was not an easy thing to achieve.

Speaking with Briefly News, the young lady said she had to put away unnecessary distractions and focus on her studies so she could achieve such a feat.

According to Eunice, in order to achieve the goal she set for herself during her undergraduate years, she ensured that she made friends with people of like minds.

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She said when she told her parents that she would be graduating with a first class, her father encouraged her to double her efforts so her CGPA could be strong.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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