- Naledi Chirwa shared a post in which a 12-year-old girl named a political party after her as part of her schoolwork
- The post was a screenshot of a Facebook comment from the girl's mother, Angelina Makgoka
- Naledi proudly shared the screenshot of the girl's schoolwork to her Twitter account and SA tweeps love it
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The EFF's Naledi Chirwa has shared a post of a 12-year-old girl's schoolwork, calling her an inspiration. Naledi took to Twitter to share a screenshot of a Facebook comment from Angelina Makgoka.
Angelina shared an image of her daughter's work where she had to create a political party and give it a name. The little girl named the party "Naledi Women Party." Angelina wrote:
"Amen. You are my 12-year-old daughter's inspiration. Check the name of her organisation, named after you."
The little girl had to discuss five goals for her political party. Some of these were imposing penalties for unfair discrimination against the LGBTQ community and imposing long-term jail sentences for people who are charged with gender-based violence.
Take a look at Naledi's tweet below:
Here's what a few Saffa tweeps had to say:
"Yhooooooo comrade Naledi!!!! This is massive. I'd be melting."
In other news about inspiring women, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a stunning attorney who inspired many by sharing her story and dreams. A stunning South African lady has shared an inspiring post about her career. @011kat (Katlego) shared a picture of her at work as an attorney with books and a thought-provoking caption to accompany it. She wrote:
"I'm just a girl from the tarmac streets & Apollo lights of Zone 10 Sebokeng Vaal, who just wants to see her name in the law books of this country!"
Sebokeng Vaal is a township based in southern Gauteng. Katlego used the hashtags, #BlackGirlMagic and #Queenup which definitely boosted her amazing post. Her replies section is full of tweeps calling her an inspiration. @Ms_pearlykay said:
"It's women like you who give me hope. Soldier on, upwards and onwards, strength to strength, you are doing good, we see you, we look up to you. The history makers."
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