- Hanifa celebrated passing the bar exams a year ago but never thought she would ever see herself being admitted
- Well, a year after the exam, her dreams came true and she finally became a fully-fledged lawyer
- Netizens flooded her comment section to help her celebrate her big day
A young Kenyan lady and new lawyer in town has celebrated after she was finally admitted to the bar.
Hanifa Ms @hanifamohd6 went on Twitter to celebrate after her incredible success noting she never thought she would get to such a place.
The lawyer linked a previous post dated February 7, 2020, noting how she was proud of herself after getting nine passes in her bar exam.
In the year-old post, she wrote:
"Nine passes in my bar exams weren’t just handed to me, I’m shaking, crying, smiling and don’t know what to do with my life. It was all worth it, Alhamdulillah."
Well, fast forward a year later, Hanifa's dream finally came to life as she was admitted to the bar and shared lovely photos of her big day.
Hanifa, a former student at Riara University, said she got goosebumps seeing people being admitted because she never thought she would get there.
"I got goosebumps seeing people being admitted because I thought I’d never make it to that point. But look how it all turned out! Today, I’m getting goosebumps because people are celebrating me. Alhamdulillah! I did that, I really did that."
Many netizens who came across her powerful post celebrated her with sweet messages:
Here are a few:
In another success story, a beautiful young South African woman recently shared a heartfelt post online after she was admitted as an attorney of the High Court.
The heartwarming post, which @thembi_kola made, featured some beautiful pictures to celebrate the extraordinary occasion.
In one of the pics, she posed by herself, while the other featured her mom, who was undoubtedly proud of her hardworking, ambitious, and determined young daughter.
"Hey mom, we won," she captioned the post very proudly on Twitter recently.
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