Social media helps fulfill young girl’s dream to study and graduate

Social media helps fulfill young girl’s dream to study and graduate

- A young girl who hawks groundnuts has found favour from Africans after her photo went viral

- In a photo that recently made the rounds, the young girl had begged a university graduate to sign his shirt during his sign out

- The emotional photo has now earned her an education at the university staff school

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Social media has both its advantages and defects. This depends on how people decide to use the opportunity. Many individuals have found their fortune and goodwill on social media.

Just recently, a photo went viral and it touched the hearts of many. In the snap, a young girl who hawks groundnuts was spotted signing a graduate’s shirt after he completed his final exams.

It was gathered that the young girl had pleaded to sign the graduate’s shirt as she wished to be like him one day.

In a new development, the young girl has now been enrolled in the university’s staff school after the viral photo touched the hearts of many.

Young girl who pleaded to sign graduating student’s shirt now enrolled in better school

The young girl when she pleaded to sign the student's shirt alongside another of her after getting enrolled in school Photo: @Ay_Bawaa / Twitter
Source: UGC

The young girl was also invited for an interactive session at the university’s radio station where she revealed it was her dream to be like the graduate one day.

The touching information was shared by one Abdullahi Yusuf (@Ay_Bawaa) on Twitter. See his post below:

Beautiful. The power of social media.

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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that African rapper, Chinko Ekun, took to social media to celebrate after successfully completing his NYSC.

The Able God crooner shared a photo on his Instagram page where he showed off his certificate as he was also fully dressed in the NYSC uniform.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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