Rags to riches, doctor tells inspirational story about growing up on the streets

Rags to riches, doctor tells inspirational story about growing up on the streets

- Dr Kingsley Jnr Ncube spent seven years living on the streets before turning his life around

- He studied and successfully became a medical doctor and changed the course of his life

- He realised that just because he came from a poor family didn't mean a rich family couldn't come from him

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Dr Kingsley Jnr Ncube is providing for his family, making sure his family never have to experience what he did growing up.

He revealed that he lived on the streets for seven years but eventually broke out of the cycle of poverty and studied to become a medical doctor.

"I grew up in the street kid, as a Street kid, for a period of seven years."
Rags to riches, doctor tells inspirational story about growing up on the streets
Dr Kingsley Jnr Ncube told his inspirational story of going from the streets to succeeding in life. Photo credit: Dr Kingsley Jnr Ncube/Supplied
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Ncube came from an extremely poor family which taught him a lot about life. He realised that since he came from a poor family, then a rich family would come from him.

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"I'm coming from a pauperized of poorest Family which taught me that if you are not coming from a rich family, "well" then let rich family come from you."

His inspirational story shows that with hard work and determination, people can change their lives.

Dr Kingsley Jnr Ncube is practising medicine in Pretoria and Johannesburg.

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Tim Hogan is a young man that went from being a security guard to being the owner of a successful tech company. In an exclusive interview with Briefly.co.za, he shares how he went from protecting other people's properties to owning his own.

"My life as a security guard started off with so much embarrassment. I had no support structure in place and unlike my peers who ended up in financial sectors (banks & insurance). I had to go on security training with older people who either dropped out of school or had alcohol issues."

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In other news, a young woman recently became a beacon of hope for the small percentage of matriculants that did not pass for 2020. Taking to Twitter, the young lady with the handle, @MimiiZwane shared how she had failed her first attempt at passing matric back in 2019.

In the heartbreaking post, she also explains how her failure nearly led to her giving up on herself but instead, she braced herself and tried again in 2020. This time she not only passed but did so with admission to bachelors.

"Failed matric in 2019 and felt like giving up but 2020 god came through❤️I’m so proud of myself #matric congratulations to the class of 2020," she wrote obviously overjoyed by the good news that she just received.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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