- A local woman has inspired Mzansi after sharing snaps from her job
- The young lady is a laboratory scientist and seems to really enjoy what she does
- Her pretty face and warm caption caught the attention of thousands of people who flooded the comments section in support
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A laboratory scientist has inspired social media users after sharing a few snaps from a day on the job.
Heading to LinkedIn, Claribel Ogbonna Ezeibe could not help gushing about her profession and even took to thanking healthcare professionals for all the hard work that they do.
"I love my job as a Medical Laboratory Scientist. Shout out to all the Medics out there saving lives," she captioned the post along with a purple heart.
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Her pretty face and warm demeanour definitely caught the attention of social media users. Check out some of the sweet comments below:
Jenner Martin-Gilbert said:
"What country is this? Your lab looks great."
Angela Tomei Robinson said:
"To all the Healthcare professionals in Laboratory Medicine- these are very challenging times- thanking you for all you do for quality laboratory testing for patient care."
Nwuko AUGUSTINE Chijioke said:
"Well done dear...This is how an excellent laboratory setting should look like."
Maria Sue A. said:
"Love your passion for your job. Keep up the good work."
Lintle Motjolopane said:
"Greatness. shout out to you."
Onengiyeofori Ibama said:
"Serene working environment. Well done Scientist."
MBUYE GILBERT said:
"The lab is wonderful."
Young woman, 22 gets job after struggling alone to look after her many siblings
In related news, Briefly News previously reported that a young woman who's been supporting her big family has, with the help of one do-gooder, secured herself a well-paying job. The formerly unemployed 22-year old takes care of her 7 siblings and two children of her own.
Known simply as 'Mbali' the young girl began heading her household after her oldest sister, 25 began having drug abuse problems.
Her family lives in Dlamini, Soweto and Mbali has been battling cervical cancer and depression all while trying to take care of her many younger siblings.
After Twitter user, @tankiso_matanka shared the families devastating story online one generous advocate offered Mbali employment. The 22-year-old will now be working as an administrative assistant in the lawyer's office.
"I have told him that Mbali doesn't have any qualifications but he said he understands and is willing to train Mbali and give her a job," @tankiso_matanka captioned the inspirational post in part.
Social media users headed to the comments section and were certainly inspired by the family's change of fortune. Many commended @tankiso_matanka for taking such a firm position in helping the family secure a better future for themselves.
Check out some of the interesting comments below:
"Gob bless you man, may you and everyone who is helping out those in need be highly blessed and prosperous your work is commendable Viva kasi hero for President."
"You are truly God sent."
"Look at God"