- A young lady recently headed online to share a touching post about finally graduating and bagging her degree
- The heartwarming post features some snaps of herself and her parents looking all sorts of happy and beautiful
- The post received over 10k likes as many of her followers headed to the comment section to congratulate her
South African youth are slowly but surely grabbing education by the horns and becoming graduates. A young lady has just jumped on the bandwagon and joined the rest of Mzansi's graduates.
Taking to Twitter, @Mcloopz_ shared an inspirational post about becoming a graduate. Her heartwarming post included some snaps of herself in her cap and gown and even one of her folks standing beside her looking as proud as ever.
"Umsebenzi wethu," she captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
The post positively blew up as thousands of locals tapped on the like button. Many of them also headed to the comment section to congratulate the young lady and wish her well. Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:
"Congratulations Sis... Now we have to tag the company you wanna work for, (that’s if you’re not working and you wanna work)."
"When black folk puts their hands behind their back you know it's serious. Gongrats for umsebenzi wenu."
"Congratulations. Onwards and upwards"
"Love the look and congratulations."
"You look so good !!! Congratulations"
"Congratulations dear.... when you are this beautiful people just follow you easily."
In similar inspirational Briefly News reports, Justin Edie Ebulley, a Ghanaian young man who grew up in a home that did not have both parents together, has been able to make it to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated with a first-class pass.
In a narration sighted by Briefly News on his LinkedIn handle, Justin Edie Ebulley indicated that because of the situation at his home, his mother was assisted by an uncle who helped to raise him.
According to Justin Edie Ebulley, who studied a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, his successes were not only academic as he performed really well in other aspects of his life as a student.
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