Lady gushes about being admitted as an Attorney of SA, inspires Mzansi

Lady gushes about being admitted as an Attorney of SA, inspires Mzansi

- A woman took to social media to gush about her success

- She revealed that she had been admitted as an attorney of SA

- Her story and beauty inspired social media users who applauded her online

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A woman, who was simply identified as @Lolly_Popsicle, took to social media to detail her success.

The stunning lady revealed that she had been admitted as an Attorney of South Africa.

"Listen. An Admitted Attorney of the Republic of South Aaaah!" - she captioned the post.

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Her friend, @asandaxmda, also took to social media to gush about her success.

"Ndithi helloooooo! My friend is a whole entire admitted attorney," she captioned a couple of photos of @Lolly_Popsicle.

Social media users were inspired by @Lolly_Popsicle's story and they applauded her success online.

Charles, who goes by the Twitter handle @Zululabantu, commented: "Congratulations and I praying you doing get capture and caught by the spider-web of state capture. #Justice4All."
Sisanda Nomusa Qwabe-Coutaud, @SisandaQ, wrote: "Sitting here nginyiswa yi assignment ye Private Law and this inspires me not to give up! All the best comrade!"
Yonelise keating, @YonelaKatsha, said: "Congratulations. I’d love to talk with you about your journey. I’m currently doing my LLB. THIS IS AMAZING!"

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported on another female Eastern Cape attorney inspired Mzansi recently when she graduated from prestigious American university, Harvard, with her Masters in Law.

The graduate, Zikho Pali, intends to use her legal skills to help those in need.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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