"Thank You Lord": Lady Dedicates 12 Distinction Graduation Pass to Lovely Grandma

"Thank You Lord": Lady Dedicates 12 Distinction Graduation Pass to Lovely Grandma

- A South African woman recently headed online to celebrate graduating despite the hardships of studying

- In her post, she explains that her grandma had passed during her exams which made it extra hard

- Many locals have congratulated her warmly in the comment section of the inspirational post

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A beautiful South African woman has finally become a graduate. In a Varsity World post, the woman celebrates getting 12 distinctions which she credits God for. She also explains that she is dedicating the achievement to her late grandma.

"Dear Lord we made it with 12 distinctions. You always finish what You started in me. Ah when You show up, You show off.Thank You, Lord.
"Thank You Lord": Lady Dedicates 12 Distinction Graduation Pass to Lovely Grandma
This woman is a graduate. Image: Varsity World
Source: Facebook

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"Oh, what a journey, there were rejections, pains, fears, financial problems, and doubts but grace pulled me through. I dedicate this to my late grandmother. She passed away during my Oct/Nov examination it was hard for me. May your precious soul continue to rest in Power Mma"-Dima Aphane

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Locals had this to say:

Mbobo Athi said:

"Felicitation God is indeed Yes and Amen"

Mpule Chiloane said:

"Indeed He's God of Wisdom, Strength and Power , He always shows up to those who believe in Him. I'm proud of you woman of substance, continue to work hard and inspiring us"

Briefly News also reported that a stunning young lady took to social media to share that she has completed her first degree cum laude. 20-year-old Theshaya Naidoo bagged her Bachelor of Social Sciences. She shared an inspiring post about her past on Twitter.

According to Theshaya, she failed mathematics in high school. With just 16% in her final exams in 2017, she didn't allow that to deter her. During a global pandemic where classes were scarce and many students were being forced to work on their own, Theshaya shone.

Not only did Theshaya graduate cum laude but she bagged a whopping 16 distinctions. Her story is truly one for the books.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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