Lady Says Heartfelt Thanks to Gogo as She Gets Accepted to Do Master's

Lady Says Heartfelt Thanks to Gogo as She Gets Accepted to Do Master's

- A young South African lady recently headed to Facebook where she shared a heartwarming post about her granny, who raised her

- In the post, she explains that her mom had died at a young age and that is when her gogo started taking care of her

- Many locals headed to the comment section to share sweet and thoughtful messages about the teen and her awesome gogo

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Grandparents are the salt of the earth, many of them have made great sacrifices to keep their families strong and prosperous. One such gogo is the gogo of a grateful young lady named Sinoxolo KaMarnee Roy Sabelo.

Sinoxolo recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartfelt post about her granny, who raised her from she was only 10 years old after her mom tragically passed on at the age of 29.

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"This is my grandmother whom I was left with when my mother was called to rest at the age of 29 and just when I was going to turn 10 years! My grandmother did all she could to see me prosper in life!"
Lady Says Heartfelt Thanks to Gogo as She Gets Accepted to Do Masters

Lady says hearty thanks to her gogo for raising her. Image: Sinoxolo KaMarnee Roy Sabelo/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

"This year I have been accepted to study for my Master's in Applied Sciences (Biotechnology) and it's all her prayers and good teachings, and that is why #ImStaying," she wrote gratefully in the touching Facebook post.

Moved Stayers had this to say:

Philile Pearl Kamamdluli Mdletshe said:

"You are so lucky to have her in your life."

Mashinini Ndlalani Mamsi said:

"May grandma be blessed in abundance."

Linda Onwo said:

"You are so lucky to have her congratulations on your achievement May the good Lord bless her with many years of peace and perfect health."

In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, a young South African woman recently headed online to show people that appreciating even the littlest things in one's life can bring so much joy. Taking to Twitter, she shared some pictures of her dainty yet beautiful RDP home.

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In the caption of the post, @ChrisExcel102 writes that not many would be as proud as she is of the RDP house but for her personally, it means so much that she has her very own place that she can call her home - something she considers an achievement.

"Maybe to some this might not be an achievement since it's an RDP house. But to me, this means a lot...#Intliziyo," she captioned the heartwarming pictures of her beautiful home.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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