- A beautiful young woman recently headed to Twitter to celebrate accepting her calling to become a sangoma
- Her heartwarming post included pictures of herself during the ceremony that she underwent during her acceptance
- Many of her friends and followers were soon in the comments section sharing their thoughts and congratulatory messages
More and more South Africans are accepting their callings to become traditional healers aka sangomas. Another young lady with the Twitter handle @Candee_Leigh recently accepted her calling.
Taking to the popular app, Candee Leigh shared pictures of the ceremony that took place to make her title as a traditional healer official. In the pictures, the young lady can be seen wearing the traditional clothes that are worn during the special ceremony.
"They called and I answered," she proudly captioned the post.
Soon many of her friends and followers flocked to the comment section to share well wishes and congratulatory messages. Read a few of their comments below.
"Thokoza Gogo, Thokoza Khehla, haaibo City Gogo Smiling face with heart-shaped eyes. Love and light baby"
"Just imagining your gang going through these comments, congratulations."
"Lol I see your online now in the spiritual world, congratulations man."
'Thokoza❤❤Ok hand So beautiful Candee. Proud of you mama."
"It's First And Third Frame For Me."
"All the best with your journey."
"Congratulations. All the best on this new journey"
In other inspiratonal Briefly.co.za news, most people have goals for themselves regarding their health, whether it is to gain, lose, or maintain their current weight. A young woman, Thembi Matroshe recently made herself and many others proud after she achieved significant weight loss.
"This time last year I weighed 102kg. After a year-long weight loss journey, I now weigh 74kg. It’s one of the most difficult things I ever had to commit to but I did it. If you needed a sign to start... this is it," she wrote happily.
Soon the comment section of the popular post was filled with questions about how she managed to achieve her goals. A lot of people also congratulated and complimented her.
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