- A lady has shared a wonderful story to the #ImStaying group about her younger brother making something out of nothing
- NgwanaMokwena Mamtoltli LeOra spoke about how her brother, Lungelo, started his scholarship at a boarding school with not a cent to his name
- She ended the post by saying how proud she is of her brother for working hard and persevering through his hardships
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A young man is making his family proud through his hard work and determination. NgwanaMokwena Mamtoltli LeOra shared a post to Facebook group #ImStaying about her younger brother, Lungelo.
Lungelo earned himself a scholarship to a private boarding school at a young age. His sister said he moved to the suburbs, chasing a dream with nothing in his pocket. LeOra recalled that day he started school in her post about him.
"I remember the day I dropped him at school. I didn't have anything in my pocket to offer him. My grandmother gave me R100 to pour petrol to take him to boarding (school). I was worried that I am leaving my little brother with strangers without a cent."
Her proud and strong brother said to her: "Sesi, don't worry. I am covered." NgwanaMokwena said that the image of him in his school uniform is his first picture after he got the new uniform at the private school he attended.
"Proud of you Lungelo. All the best on your journey bafo, don't forget what granny taught us: 'God first, the rest shall follow.' "
Lungelo and NgwanaMokwena received an array of messages under the post. Stayers are immensely proud of the young man for making something out of nothing and never giving up. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top comments.
Kea Shalas said:
" 'Sesi don't worry I'm covered' - woooooooooooow and he didn't disappoint you at all. Proud of you boy, wish all kids can learn from you. May God continue to bless you and don't forget your sister."
Shannon Manning wrote:
"Ahh this brought tears to my eyes, what an inspiration this young man is. All the best to you and your brother for the future. Your granny's wise words will take you far. Follow your dreams and never give up Lungelo, I am praying for great things for you."
Gladys Bogoshi commented:
"This is what we call determination. If you believe you can fly..."
Nokukhanya Madlala added:
"God works in mysterious ways. All the best kubhuti."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a proud mother who gushed about her successful daughter. Being single parent is hard, especially when your child is sick. However, one mom thanked God for her daughter, who she raised to become a strong woman. Nokuthula Sedibe took to the #ImStaying page to gush about her daughter, Refilwe, who is a medical student.
Sedibe revealed her daughter was born in 2000 and she suffered from asthma. Growing up, Refilwe was also "sick and skinny." However, despite the challenges she faced, Refilwe is working towards her dream. Sedibe wrote:
"This is my beautiful daughter Refilwe Sedibe, born in 2000. She was born asthmatic and was always sick and skinny. With God by my side I raised her being a single (mom), I made sure she goes to school despite her health. Today she's a medical student, studying paediatrics to help other kids. I thank God for her daily and that's why I'm staying."
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