- A young and proud South African man recently took some time to celebrate his job as a correctional officer
- Heading online, the young uniform-wearing man shared a snap of himself full of glee over his job
- Many South Africans were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the heartwarming and inspirational post
These days literally any job is worth celebrating - even the ones no one wants to do. A young South African man recently headed online to proudly celebrate his job as a correctional service officer.
Taking to Twitter, the man with the Twitter handle @em_mokoena shared how proud he was of his job in the caption of a photo of himself posing proudly while wearing his work uniform and holding his firearm.
"I'm proud to be a Correctional Official," he wrote very happily in the caption of the heartwarming and inspirational post.
Soon many South Africans were in the comment section sharing their thoughts, which were unfortunately not all very positive. Read a few of their comments below:
"And I'm proud to have recently joined the department."
"Why majita a baie from defence force ba ile ko Correctional Services? I stay at kgosi Mampuru Correctional services and the entrances are now full of new wardens. The main gate used to have like 3 wardens now ke bo 12, mostly from defence force."
"Is it a male or female prison that you are working at? Angilwi."
"Very proud indeed."
"So you are the one who was guarding the door with that gun. Okay we see now."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, a proud young South African candidate attorney recently shared with Facebook page Varsity World how she was able to make her very first court victory. In the post, Nonkululeko Mnyani, who is an attorney for Legal Aid, detailed how court proceedings played out in her and her client's favour.
"Day 3: Taking over a Criminal Court. Appearance: First Criminal Trial. After state closed it's case, I brought an Application in terms of S174 of the Criminal Procedure Act. Judgement: S174 Granted!. Meaning my client (accused) did not even have to testify, she was found not guilty based on State's failure to prove their case!
"Secured my first Acquittal 2021 Legal Aid South Africa. My clients call me Ms Mnyani " Candidate Attorney at Legal Aid South Africa," she wrote proudly in the post.
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