Dad builds graduation square in his driveway for his daughter

Dad builds graduation square in his driveway for his daughter

- Torrence Burson from Memphis could not stand to see his daughter miss her traditional graduation ceremony and thus decided to organise one for her

- The dad created a graduation square in his driveway to celebrate her daughter's achievement

- Burson turned their driveway into a commencement ceremony that was fitted with a podium, an 'audience' and a stage

- To make the ceremony feel official, Burson included a procession, invocation, national anthem, welcome song, commencement address and the conferring of his daughter's degree

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many institutions have halted their graduation ceremonies, something that has left many graduates frustrated.

A father took it upon himself to ensure that his college daughter celebrated her graduation despite being confined at home.

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Torrence Burson from Memphis could not stand to see his daughter miss the traditional graduation ceremony and thus decided to organise one for her.

According to photos shared on Twitter by @JobinaFortson, the dad created a graduation square in his driveway to celebrate her daughter's achievement.

The young lady, identified as Gabrielle Pierce, spent four years at the Xavier University of Louisiana and her dad wanted to give her the best.

Burson turned their driveway into a commencement ceremony that was fitted with a podium, an audience and a stage.

To make the ceremony feel official, Burson included a procession, invocation, national anthem, welcome song, commencement address and the conferring of his daughter's degree.

The proud dad created mock programmes which jokingly read that Whitney Houston would be singing.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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