From petrol attendant to teacher: Man opens up about inspiring journey

From petrol attendant to teacher: Man opens up about inspiring journey

A man, Luvuyo Zulu, praised God for helping him realise his dream of becoming a teacher after going to varsity at the age of 36.

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Luvuyo Zulu is one man who proves that it's never too late to follow your dreams. For 15 years, Zulu worked as a petrol attendant and security guard.

However, Zulu dreamt of becoming a teacher and at the age of 36, he enrolled in university.

He wrote on the #ImStaying Facebook page:

"I would like to encourage whoever is thinking of making changes in his or her life. Its possible, to God be the glory. Here I am, graduated in 2015 and now I am currently working as an educator for the Department of Education."

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Take a look at his post below:

From petrol attendant to teacher: Man opens up about inspiring journey

Screenshot of Luvuyo Zulu's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

Briefly.co.za learned social media users were inspired by his story and they sang his praise in the comment section.

Pinklash Kgabung commented:

"Well done. It's never too late for as long as you are still breathing."

Hayward Vermaak wrote:

"Congratulations and may you have many great great years of your life teaching. God bless you."

Erickson Zungu added:

"Well done brother, in God we trust and we are accepting the challenge."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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