"I Now Introduce Myself as Dr": Man Credits Ancestors for Bagging PhD

"I Now Introduce Myself as Dr": Man Credits Ancestors for Bagging PhD

- Ndumiso Daluxolo Ngidi is one of the most inspirational human beings in Mzansi after graduating with a philosophy doctorate from the University of KwaZulu-Natal

- Ngidi took to social media to announce himself as a new doctor and praise his ancestors for bringing about such a blessing in his life

- Based in the Natal midlands, the new doctor says he is a man who embodies the spirit of his forefathers in securing a doctoral degree

- Briefly News looked at the reactions as the new doctor motivated many of his followers on social media

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A proud Pietermaritzburg man has also taken to social media pages to brag about his academic achievement and he is now a doctor. Ndumiso Daluxolo Ngidi has made it in the academic field and is now able to say he has a new title after graduating from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

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He took to his Twitter account to say he is not a product of his ancestors’ failed dreams but an incarnation of their true potential.

@Dr_Ngidi is receiving fantastic feedback from his peers and Briefly News selected a few of the encouraging reactions.

A KwaZulu-Natal man is celebrating his success after bagging a qualification to become a doctor. Image: @Dr_Ngidi/Twitter
A KwaZulu-Natal man is celebrating his success after bagging a qualification to become a doctor. Image: @Dr_Ngidi/Twitter
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Ngidi tweeted:

“I am not the product of my ancestors' failed dreams, I am the incarnation of their potential. Allow me to introduce myself as Dr Ndumiso Daluxolo Ngidi.”

@Soloved_Leray said:

“Congratulations Hlomuka! Usebenzile Dokotela!"

@DrMkhize4 said:

“Halala dokotela.”

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@FourieArt said:

“Good day Dr Ngidi, may I say your achievement is an inspiration for all of us. Congratulations, what a wonderful day for you and your family. I applaud your vision for all South Africans, and especially the rebirth of the dreams and aspirations of your ancestors. Stay safe.”

@LekoJr_Shezi said:

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“Congratulations Dr. I saw you at our garden the other day, I was inspired from a distance.”

@KgawanePrecious said:

“Doctors are very attractive though, you just feel lazy to say no to whatever they can ask of you.”

@Arnay_LayM said:

“So inspiring, congratulations Dr Ngidi.”

Meanwhile, Briefly News recently reported on a story that a Mzansi woman has taken to her social media page to reflect on her challenging journey, which she embarked upon in the quest of bagging an academic qualification.

In the stunning woman’s images on Twitter, one of the photos shows her starting out on the journey when she had a baby.

In the second snap, one could see the progress the young man has made in terms of development and growth as he stands next to his proud qualified mother.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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