- A South African father took to Twitter to share how proud he is of his son for graduating from university
- @SaddamMaake's son is popular Twitter user @Cellular_ZA who recently obtained a National Diploma in Sport Management
- Cellular responded to his father's tweet and tweeps all over the country are loving this adorable father-son moment
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A lot of children wish to hear "I'm proud of you" from their parents, but many don't. A popular tweep with the handle @Cellular_ZA (Cellular) is one of very few that has those words in writing from his father.
Cellular's father @SaddamMaake shared a lovely tweet about how proud he is of Cellular for completing his Diploma in Sports Management. @SaddamMaake shared Cellular's Diploma certificate as well as an image of Cellular in his graduation cap and gown.
@SaddamMaake's tweet went viral overnight as it has gained over 11 000 likes on the social networking site. Part of his tweet read:
"I'm proud of you my son. This is the best gift you've ever given me."
Take a look at @SaddamMaake's full tweet below:
This was Cellular's response to his father:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say:
"Congratulations Cellular, keep on pushing man!"
"Congratulations Mr Cellular!"
In other news about graduates, Briefly.co.za recently reported on friends that finished university together and completed a Master's degree. Sindi KaZanele Ngobese took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share her inspirational story of friendship.
She and her friends met at university and formed a strong bond. When they graduated they decided to pursue Master's degree together. The Master's degree was more difficult and the girls weren't able to finish at the same time or together.
However, they all managed to graduate and are grateful to each other for their continuous support and are still close friends today. Part of her post read:
"We met in varsity, created a strong bond. We completed our first degree and graduated together. We then all decided to do our Master's degree (peer pressure)."
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