Man shares that domestic worker retired after daughters graduated

Man shares that domestic worker retired after daughters graduated

- A man has shared that his house help resigned, but the story is a positive one

- This is after the woman successfully put both her daughters through university

- Social media users were impressed by the success story

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A man has taken to social media to reveal that his helper quit work because she has successfully managed to put her daughters through school. Both of the children have now graduated and she no longer needs to earn an income.

Twitter user Ghauraghaura shared the amazing news on the online platform, saying:

"Our maid quit because she used her earning to educate her daughters and two of them have now graduated and have jobs so our maid doesn't need to work any more."

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The tweet went viral and received over 11 000 likes. Many reactions were positive with Twitter user AtiyaAbbas said:

"THATS AMAZINGGGG!!!"

While MazherArshad said:

"Feel good story of the day"

Others, however, were left uncomfortable by his use of the word "maid". Twitter user iShuffina insisted that he should have addressed her by her name, adding:

"You don’t address people by their profession, that’s just dumb!"

Mahnoorwahid201 said:

"Reading many comments above which were negative about the domestic helper being called maid, I realised no one noticed the intention of the tweet of her achievement that she used to work so hard to get her kids educated and now she has achieved it and kids are able to feed her"

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman, Adri Hugo, took to social media to gush about the amazing academic achievement of her domestic worker. Hugo's domestic help, Annamore Mabhii, or better known as Anna, graduated with her BA degree in Psychology.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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