- A fresh graduate, Bello Mariam, has shared amazing photos to celebrate taking an oath as a new medical doctor
- Mariam's photos quickly went viral on social media as people praised her beauty and clothing style
- There were male tweeps who said they will love to marry her because of the great prospects being a doctor gives her
An African lady, Bellow Mariam, has gone onto Twitter to celebrate her academic journey as she became a doctor. In a post on the platform on Friday, January 8, the lady revealed that she took her oath and she is excited about it.
Many men went to her comment section to confess their undying love for her as they applauded her feat.
To celebrate the achievement, Mariam posted four photos she took while wearing different clothes.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her tweet has been liked by over 12,000 people. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"This one na money bag o. Na to marry her travel to US or Canada."
"Congratulations! But don't tell me you want to work in 9ja oo."
"Congratulations. Let's be friends. Maybe you could be my family doctor when I become rich and married."
"Congratulations sis! Wish you all the best in your future endeavours! May the Almighty God open to you doors of accomplishment and honour as you rise in your chosen career."
"I'm so happy for you. How did you do it? What's your advice for people who want to be like you?"
"What if I call you small doctor... You are pretty by the way, God bless you and stay true to your oath."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman with the Twitter handle @Sentie_Motloi, who went on the platform to celebrate her twin sisters as they achieved great academic success together.
According to her, the twins became medical doctors on the same day, saying that God had done it for their family again.
@Sentie_Motloi shared two photos showing the ladies holding their medical tags. One of the frames had them all smiling in their doctors' garb.
Their photos have generated massive reactions on Twitter with many marvelling at their success and how it is wonderful that they achieved the same feat together as twins.
"Congratulations, great twins of grace... Greater heights and greater you guys!"
"If they are not on any social media platform then how do I get hold of them when I need help with my health?"
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