- A young proud South Africa Twitter user recently shared a heartfelt post about his mother graduating
- The inspirational Twitter post features some snaps of the radiant momma posing proudly in her cap and gown
- Mzansi was left truly moved by the sweet and motivational post and were soon making warm comments in the replies section
Not everyone is blessed enough to watch their humble parents blossom from students to proud graduates - but one young Mzansi man is. And as expected, the young guy headed online to celebrate his mother's success.
The truly inspirational post that was made by Shaun Keys features some snaps of his mother who sports different poses while proudly wearing her cap and gown and holding her certificate and head up high.
"The way my mom is so happy, she keeps on asking me to post her," Shaun captioned the hearwarming snaps.
Naturally, Mzansi was hella moved and quickly headed to the replies section where they showered the educated momma with some beautiful congratulatory messages and well wishes. Read a few of their words below:
"Congratulations inspirational mom leading by example. But does she know kuthi her child is a whole minster."
"Don't get tired post her the whole week, congratulations to her you should celebrate with her because you are blessed"
"You just did the right thing bra. Please do what she asks you to do man, always. You know you are her hero that is why she believes in you, that everything she says to you and asking you to do it, it's possible. I appreciate this"
"So proud of uMamzo, congradulations to her"
In similar heartwarming Briefly News, another local beauty has managed to raise the South African flag proudly after becoming one of the thousands of graduates that are shaping the country. Heading online she celebrated bagging her degree as proudly as possible.
The bright and beautiful woman with the handle @MalulekeNichole shared a truly heartwarming post about the first of many degrees that she is about to obtain. She also shared some snaps and clips of herself celebrating heartily while wearing her cap and gown.
"First degree bagged, Danko," she wrote extremely joyously in the caption of the post.
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