- A Nigerian lady who just graduated from law school has inspired people on social media after sharing two pictures of herself and her dad who is also a lawyer
- One of the pictures showed her as a child and the other was captured her as a grown woman dressed in her lawyer attire
- Both pictures, however, have some things in common and social media users have shared their opinion about the images
Congratulatory messages are pouring in for a Nigerian lady on Twitter with the handle @Cherylsfx1 after graduating from law school.
The young lady took to the microblogging site to share two pictures of herself and her father who is also a legal practitioner.
The first picture was taken when the lady was still a child and the second picture was taken when she became a lawyer.
In the first picture, the lady sat beside her father in a library as the latter showed her something from a book. She appeared to be paying keen interest in what her father was showing her from the book.
The second picture was also taken in a library, but this time around both father and daughter were in their professional regalia as they sat beside each other and the lady paying rapt attention to what the old man was showing her from a book.
@Cherylsfx1 captioned the pictures:
"I have always been a daddy’s girl."
Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to congratulate the young lady.
Twitter user with the handle @ebukshie wrote: "
Awwwwww.....this is soooo beautiful, I'm gonna cry, tears of joy. Congratulations!!!!!"
Another Twitter user with the handle @KigaiZ wrote:
"Congratulations KayCee. Been a long time coming. Welcome to the bar."
Below are other reactions:
In other news, a man revealed online that a bank told him and his partner they could not afford to buy a house in the suburbs.
Instead of giving up on his dreams to own a home, Sandile Hadebe decided to build his own crib in a township.
Hadebe posted snaps of the stunning house on Facebook and wowed South Africans. He captioned his post:
"31st July VS 31st August 2020... The bank said we cannot afford it in the Burbs, so we decided to build it in the township for cash within a month. Hadebe Residence."
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