From given 30 days to live to matriculating, teen shares journey

From given 30 days to live to matriculating, teen shares journey

A young man has taken to social media to share how he graduated from high school against all odds and his story inspired Mzansi.

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On Wednesday, a man, who was identified by his Twitter handle @taedagreat_, took to social to share how he should have been dead but instead he had the honour of graduation from high school.

"Diagnosed with Leukemia... given 30 days to live... and if I survived I MAY be mentally challenge but NOW... I AM STILL LIVING and I have graduated high school from one of the top schools in the country....GOD IS AMAZING," he wrote on social media.

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Social media user @omusoti commented: "Look at you! I'm struggling to hold back tears. Man there's science and medicine, and THEN there's God! So happy for you, keep shining!"
Twitter user @greyfawk wrote: "Sometimes, these doctors give you clinical results just so you the human can put your cells into overdrive to start healing your own body."
Another tweep,‏ @Panbolabola, added: "It's a real challenge that warrant giving glory to God for."

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