- Thabo Makuru took 8 years to complete his LLB
- This is because he struggled to get funding for his studies
- He has finally been admitted as an advocate of the High Court
A Johannesburg man finally got admitted as an advocate of the High Court after overcoming eight years of funding challenges.
Thabo Makuru took to Twitter to share his inspiring achievement, Briefly.co.za gathered. He posted photos of himself at his admission and wrote:
It took me 8 years to complete an LLB Degree at Wits. I then struggled to get funding for my studies. Today I am an admitted Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. Isn’t God amazing?!
According to his Twitter bio, Thabo has already enrolled for a master's degree in commercial taxation law. He's also a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and public events MC.
His tweet proved inspirational to thousands of South Africans, garnering over 2,400 retweets and 10,900 likes so far.
Tweeps congratulated him and referred to him as an inspiration.
Others praised his resilience.
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