- A young South African ma recently headed online to celebrate getting his Doctoral degree
- His heartwarming and inspirational post included a snap of himself wearing his red gown and bonnet
- Mzansi loved to see it and were soon praising him in the comment section of the post
Today was a big day for many students as they celebrated becoming graduates. A young South African man has something even bigger to celebrate as he is now the proud owner of a Doctoral Degree.
In a heartwarming and super inspirational post shared on Twitter by the man with the Twitter handle, @SFobosi, he greets everyone by announcing his new NQF level of education - the highest there is, a level 10.
"NQF Level 10 greetings," he proudly captioned the post.
While many people have become accustomed to Bachelor's degrees and perhaps Master's, they were super proud to see a doctor on their timelines. Taking to the comment section, many of them wished him well and congratulated him heartily.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Congratulations as we extend our greetings from NQF level 9"
"Just got encouraged to continue working on my PhD Proposal. Thanks to you Dr"
"Halala Gqirha bizani i DA izobona kwenziwa njani."
"Ai Dokotela. #NQFLEVEL10! 10th Floor Greetings are in order i know @Dr_SinethembaS would agree to this kinda greeting"
"I'm within Doc...can never miss greetings from club members... I don't want to be called to a family meeting."
In similar inspiring Briefly News, 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.
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.
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