- A young lady could not hide her joy as she reunited with her brother who she had not seen in almost a decade
- Taking to Twitter to share snaps of their meeting, the lady's photos got many people emotional
- Tweeps said they are happy for both of them that they are finally able to see each other once again
A young lady with the Twitter handle @AsmereJ has made an emotional post about how she reunited with her brother after being apart for many years.
In a tweet on Saturday, April 3, the lady quoted a post she made in 2020 about how she was separated from her brother.
According to her earlier post, the 12-year-old boy found her on Instagram and sent her a DM. Screenshots of their conversation show where they both wrote about crying because of the encounter of finding each other again.
In her recent post, the lady captioned her photos with:
"Me n twinnnn reunited again."
See her post below:
As of the time of writing this report, her post has over 82,000 likes with hundreds of comments. Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"I’m so happy for you."
"Wow happy for you."
"Omg I’m so glad you guys are back together."
"I’m shedding some real nigga tears right now y’all."
"Omg I’ve always wondering if y’all reconnected."
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that a mother inspired after bagging her second qualification. Sibusisiwe Makwabe-Mtyhobile is a mother of three who recently obtained her second qualification.
Sibusisiwe obtained her Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (PDBA) at the Nelson Mandela University. Sibusisiwe's story was shared on Facebook's Varsity World recently.
The graduate stated that she is a career woman who juggled her kids and studies all in one basket. Sibusisiwe thanked God for helping her. According to the post on Varsity World, Sibusisiwe will be going forth with her MBA soon.
Briefly News took to the comments section to see what some South Africans had to say:
Retshidisitswe Sedibo said:
" 'A mother of 3.' It's never too late. Congrats."
Pearl Windvogel wrote:
"Congratulations. Hard work and perseverance pay off."
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