- A man, Neo Quincy Mokele, showed off his matric certificate and he impressed South Africans
- Mokele managed to get several distinctions and most notably a whopping 93% in mathematics
- However, despite his academic success, Mokele has not managed to find a proper job
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A man, Neo Quincy Mokele, took to Twitter to reveal he works as a tutor for pupils who are struggling with mathematics - a subject that is notoriously difficult.
To show that he is qualified to help learners, Mokele shared a photo of his matric certificate. All his marks were impressive but the maths score he managed to get was a whopping 93%.
"Hey, if you know anyone or any school struggling with Mathematics around Vaal, I am your guy... please retweet, thank you and enjoy your day."
Take a look at the post below:
With his amazing marks, Saffas believed he probably managed to go study and find an amazing job. However, Mokele revealed he is part of the statistic of young, unemployed people in Mzansi.
Briefly.co.za gathered Mokele studied chemical engineering at the University of Pretoria but he has been unsuccessful in finding employment.
South Africans were impressed by Mokele's 93% in mathematics and many revealed they could not come near his stellar marks.
Twitter user, @akhilekid2, commented:
"Yerr where were you in 2007 when I needed you the most."
Luyanda mdingi, who goes by the Twitter handle @luyathedreamer, added:
"Man I only got 27% in mathematics.... Big up man. I don't know how you do it."
Another tweep, @DASHIN24AUGUST, wrote:
"With those kind of results and you still in South Africa. Hello."
Meanwhile, in other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported a young woman, Letlhogonolo Magoro, is the type of person who is pushing the boundaries and creating a better future for herself. Magoro is a gifted athlete who has managed to run her way into several golden opportunities.
The beautiful young lady grew up with her grandmother in a village called Mogaun near Groblersdal in Limpopo.
She had to overcome several challenges, including a disadvantaged background, but has now managed to get accepted to an American university.
Magoro received a full athletic scholarship and South Africans are helping her cover the extra costs.
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