- A young woman took to Twitter to share plenty of good news
- Ebby_wine posted to Twitter that she graduated, got a job and bought a car all in a few months
- Her tweet received thousands of reactions from tweeps who marvelled at her success
Sometimes when God gives, He does it with both hands. This surely was the case for a young woman who took to Twitter to share how she reached a bunch of serious life goals in less than three months.
Ebby_wine tweeted that she just turned twenty-one, graduated, got a job and bought a car in just a few months this year. Her tweet read as follows:
"I turned 21 this year. I got my first degree a month ago.I got my first job 2 weeks after completing my studies. I got my first car today. If this isn't God then I don't know. Overwhelmed and grateful are an understatement. I am so happy guys."
Her wonderful news was met with a plethora of congratulatory messages and well wishes from her Twitter followers, who liked the post nearly 23 000 times. Some of them said that they were truly inspired by her success.
Here are some of their comments.
@Motho_Wa_Bathu took his chances at asking the blessed young lady out:
"Graduated couple of years ago, still no job. Can we date so that you share with me that spark of luck. Science says opposites attract, we are a perfect combination."
"In the midst of Covid-19 He still showed up. He remains the undefeated God. The one who answers all the time regardless of the situation. Congratulations hey. God is great."
While @Ngasii_ had this to say:
"You are literally what everybody thought life after matric was going to be. Congratulations, wishing you a promotion at work and more life to enjoy your life."
Briefly.co.za also reported Dr Lehlohonolo Ntlatlapo is a passionate young man who proved that one's background does not determine your future. The 26-year-old hails from a poor socio-economic background but he managed to secure life-changing opportunities.
With the help of sponsors, Ntlatlapo could go to university to study medicine. Now he has he founded an NPO called the Help Me Up Foundation, which aims at helping disadvantaged youth get the same opportunities he did.
Dr. Ntlatlapo founded the Help Me Foundation 2017 after he qualified as a medical doctor - which he described as the proudest moment. He became the first person in his family to graduate from university.
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