- A local man has joined in on the "how it started vs how it ended" Twitter trend by sharing an email conversation he had with his lecturer
- @SechabaMagic's lecturer refused to give him an exam scope as he did not attend any lectures throughout the course
- His second image was of him graduating from the University of The Free State's Faculty of Law
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In another "how it started vs how it ended" challenge, a South African man shared an email discussion between him and his lecturer. Twitter user, @SechabaMagic (Sechaba Molefi) enquired about the exam scope.
His lecturer responded to him with: "You have not attended a single lecture in the module. Your questions are moot. No scope will be provided on Blackboard as it was provided in class."
Sechaba's second picture is of him graduating from the Faculty of Law, despite not having attended a lecture. Sechaba's tweet went viral as South African's couldn't grasp how he was able to graduate without attending class.
Sechaba graduated from the University of the Free State (UFS), according to a tweet response under his challenge. Take a look at his original tweet below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say to him:
"I love your lecturer's response though!"
"Your ancestors are fighters."
@The_RealSipho quote tweeted:
"Role model yami. When I grow up I want to be like you."
"Greatest flex of all time."
In other news about graduates, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young man who went online to celebrate bagging his law degree. A young South African man with the Twitter handle, @Vuyo_imakool recently took to social media with some pretty great news.
He had just received his law degree certificates which make him a qualified lawyer. In his post, which includes two pictures of the qualification, @Vuyo_imakool explained that it had just arrived in the mail.
He also added the adorable pleading face emoji as well as the graduation cap emoji, signifying how touched he was by his achievement. The post received over 3 000 likes and a bunch of retweets. It also got hundreds of comments from Twitter users who congratulated the young man on pursuing and achieving his dream. They also wished him many successful years.
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