- A doctor on Twitter posted a photo of himself and his colleague who used to be his science teacher
- Followers on Twitter are having a hard time deciding who is the student and who is the teacher as the men seem so similar in age
- Some followers said the photo shows that "Black doesn't crack"
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A man on Twitter has shared a heartwarming story of how his science teacher is now his colleague. Lopez Okhiai posted a picture with his colleague with the caption:
"Know that our roots run deep. From science teacher and pupil, now a decade later as doctors we’re colleagues."
His followers on Twitter began congratulating the pair and marvelling at the story as the two gentlemen appear to be of similar age. Some of the followers were trying to figure out who was the pupil and who was the teacher, saying "Black really don't crack."
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Users on Twitter responded to the post with different reactions, from paying compliments to the men to trying to find out what their age-defying secret is.
"Me tryna figure out who’s the ex pupil/teacher. Black really don’t crack huh."
"[You] both look the same age - young! Congrats! Teacher dude, great achievement, but I am like dude, how is it [you] look new out of [university] when [you] were teaching 10 years ago! That is even bigger achievement."
"Which one's the ex pupil because both of you are fine... Educated and good-looking."
"What a great achievement!! May God bless you both."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Durban University of Technology student's dreams are coming true as he is set to leave for the United States as soon as lockdown is lifted.
Gomolemo Mohapi recently scored an opportunity to work with tech giant Microsoft - Mohapi said it has always been his dream to work for the corporation and he has actively worked towards achieving this dream.
Mohapi was recently hired as a programme manager for Microsoft. Speaking about getting this opportunity of a lifetime, Mohapi said he feels blessed as he never thought that his first job would be with such a huge company.
The 22-year old is currently completing his advanced diploma in IT at DUT.
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