- Success comes with hard work and determination and that is the story Kelebogile Jacquelyn Magoro loves to promote
- The 25-year-old is a student who recently started acting as an extra in a local production
- Kelebogile wants the youth to know that it is possible to make a success out of yourself no matter where you are from
Inspiring stories can motivate and push others to do their best in life. Kelebogile Jacquelyn Magoro's story is just that. Kelebogile is a 25-year-old lady from a very small village in Limpopo called Segwash.
After studying management assistance at Mopani TVET college in Phalaborwa she worked at a local KFC to make ends meet. Through her journey in life, she met a lot of young ladies who had given up on themselves.
Kelebogile appears as an extra in a local production and shared her story of success with Briefly.co.za in this exclusive interview.
Speaking about her childhood, Kelebogile had this to say:
"My childhood has always been impressive. I grew up in a family where my parents are ministers of the word of God. I enjoyed nothing else but church not because I was forced but because I was introduced to Christ at a very young age. Even today I hold on to Him."
After KFC, Kelebogile worked at an OK mini-market and viva garage as a supervisor:
"Being a supervisor and manager's assistant at the age of 24, I consider myself blessed."
She says she is a student at UNISA and is still working. Kelebogile hopes to inspire the youth with her hard work:
"What I want to say to the youth is, it is possible. I am from the villages but I'm climbing up the stairs. It is up to us to clean our own paths because no one will do it for us. From the villages of Ga Mamabolo to Gomora."
In other inspiring news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a 24-year-old lady that flexed her new home online. Buying a home or even renting or getting a bond is such a big flex. @__kekeeeeee, a beautiful young American lady, decided to share the exciting news with her followers.
The post included different pictures of the massive and stunning property that they had just got.
"Our first MORTGAGE, man I’m so thankful for this, y’all wouldn’t understand. My kids needed this. Homeowner at 24 years old," she captioned the post excitedly.
Soon the post blew up, raking in over 250 thousand likes. Many impressed social media users also flocked to the comment section to both congratulate and ask Kiki for advice. Read a few of their comments below.
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