Clinical Associate pays heartfelt tribute to single mom, inspires SA

Clinical Associate pays heartfelt tribute to single mom, inspires SA

- A man has vowed to take care of his sick mother after she did the most to take care of him

- Mayibongwe Heavystone Xego revealed his mom worked as a cleaner and builder just to put food on the table

- Her hard work paid off and today Xego is a clinical associate and the only one in his family to have graduated

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On Saturday, a man, Mayibongwe Heavystone Xego, opened up about the amazing and strong woman his mother is.

Xego - who is a qualified clinical associate and the only one to have graduated varsity in his family - revealed that his mom would work by cleaning and building homes just to get enough money to feed them.

Briefly.co.za learned Xego wrote on the #ImStaying Facebook page that his mother was left widowed and a single parent when his father passed away.

She was left to take care of six children and the government grant his mom received was not enough to cover all the expenses.

So she worked tirelessly and now the single mom is having issues with her health. Because of her hard work, Xego was able to go to university, graduate and land a proper job.

"I will help her by any means because I am the only one who made it to university in my family," he revealed.
Clinical Associate pays heartfelt tribute to single mom, inspires SA

Screenshot of Mayibongwe Heavystone Xego's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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Clinical Associate pays heartfelt tribute to single mom, inspires SA

Xego and his mother. Photo credit: Mayibongwe Heavystone Xego/#ImStaying.
Source: Facebook

South Africans were inspired by the single mom's hard work to look after her kids and Xego's willingness to help his mother now that he has succeeded.

Pakiso Mosikili wrote:

"Wow, wonderful my brother. Take good care of mom and God bless you in your new job."

Kefilwe Sangeta-Mahafha added:

"May God continue to bless and protect you and you're mother."

Busisiwe Sithole commented:

"Congratulations. I pray to God that mama gets better to reap what she sowed."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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