- The life of Hussein Sabrie has shown that anybody can make it in life irrespective of their humble beginning
- On Wednesday, January 27, the man shared both his school graduation photo and a shot showing him as a camel guide
- Hussein rose above everything that used to define him into an adult who is fully empowered to take on the challenges of life
A young man identified as Hussein Sabrie has joined the famous "how it started vs how it's going' challenge on Twitter.
The man shared his throwback photos as a nomadic kid holding a camel in the desert. His recent photo has him in his graduation gown as he finishes his university education.
Many were amazed at his transformation, wondering about the kind of work he must have invested in reaching his present level.
There were a few tweeps who wanted to know what he was doing with the camel in the first picture.
Hussein is not only a graduate, but he is a good writer and a humanitarian worker who is contributing greatly to his community.
See his post below:
Though a Somali, his tweet became very popular on Nigerian Twitter as many congratulated him. His tweet has over 31,000 likes at the time of writing.
Below are some of the reactions:
"It's only God that do great things."
"You were learning about camels? Sha Congratulations!"
"Congrats man, this is real progress."
"Congratulations. I am inspired."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that years after posing beside an aeroplane, a young man with the Twitter handle @WorstBehavior78 finally fulfilled his dream of being a pilot.
@WorstBehavior78 revealed this he joined the "How it started. How it is going" challenge on Twitter.
His post on Twitter has gone really viral as many tweeted on the need to keep working on one's dream no matter how big it seems.
Many said that his dreams really came through despite the fact that it took him many years to achieve.
In other news, tt's not every day that a person witnesses a peer with not only beauty but a brilliant mind as well.
Zwanga Mukhuthu recently took to social media to celebrate one such individual, Thakgalo Thibela:
"Dr Thakgalo Thibela enrolled for medicine at Wits University at the age of 16, today at 21 she is a Dr with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery."
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