- A young South African man recently celebrated finally graduation with distinctions to become a doctor
- According to a heartfelt Twitter post, he is now a doctor, something he has thanked God for helping him achieve
- The post quickly became popular as thousands of South Africans proudly reacted to it, many of them congratulating him in the comment section
Another young man has become a qualified doctor in South Africa, setting an example for other youngsters that anything is indeed possible. Taking to Twitter, the young man celebrated his stellar achievement.
According to the post that was made by nkanyiso_mth, he explains how he had graduated with his qualification and even achieved a few distinctions along the way. The heartfelt post also includes a thank you to God, who he credits for his success.
"It's ended in MBChB with distinctions. God did it again," he gleefully captioned the highly motivational and inspirational Twitter post.
Locals loved the post, many of them taking to the comment section to congratulate him on his success. Read a few of their comments below.
"A big congratulations goes to you Dr Nkanyiso! May you become the best Doctor your fraternity has ever seen. You've done well, all the best with your career Graduation#DrMathembuthegraduate#DrMthembu."
"Well done Doc. All the best for your internship."
"Congratulations Fire I'm gonna need a few post-dated Dr's notes."
"Congratulations Dr N M Mthembu."
"Awu, siyakubongela... Well done and congratulations."
In more Briefly.co.za news, a little girl has managed to creep into many hearts after displaying a great act of kindness and how well she was raised by her parents. The little girl, who had overheard her mom, @MandyNdlangisa worrying about finances, decided to help out by giving her an R15.
"My 12-year-old daughter heard me complaining about being broke yesterday and this morning she called me to her room to have a “talk”. She gave me this & told me she’ll give me more when she can. Arg ," wrote the surprised mom on Twitter.
Locals were left truly moved by the post, many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts.
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