- A woman, @samu_queen, opened up about her journey to success online
- She revealed after matric, she worked hard as a cleaner to make ends meet
- However, her determination and hard work paid off and she has now graduated with her first degree
A lady, who has been identified as @samu_queen, shared how she worked hard to finally obtain her degree - proving that determination is the key to success.
On Tuesday, she revealed in a Twitter post that she worked hard for years to be able to bag her degree.
Her post read:
"I started here, cleaning houses that were being built. Worked very hard, didn't choose jobs, I did what I had to do to survive. I was 18 years old when I finished matric. I got my first degree at 27. I'm currently doing my postgrad studies. I'm thankful. God is wonderful."
Take a look at the post below:
Her story inspired South Africans who applauded her hard work and dedication to succeed.
Mthokozisi Mwelase, who goes by the Twitter handle @Mtho_Mwelase, commented:
"There's no formula for this thing called life. Its just choices we make that impact on the outcomes we get. Your journey is an inspiration."
Another tweep, @Dawnwiz5, added:
"A true inspiration. Your children will be proud that you didn't give up. You've also paved the way for them. The futuristic woman."
Twitter user, @BikoMorata, said:
"You are a leader of the next generation. DM me for whatever you need."
Social media user, @Fitness_Ndaba, wrote:
"Such an inspiring journey it’s been. I’m really happy for you, continue to excel! God bless."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported a stunning student took to social media to gush about her academic success and it inspired South Africans. She dressed up for her virtual graduation and revealed she bagged a BPharm degree.
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