- A young woman recently headed online to share a truly heartwarming post about a security guard who went on to become a court clerk
- Her inspirational post includes snaps of the man before and after his big work upgrade
- Many locals absolutely loved to see it and were soon heading to the comment section to praise God
A young South African woman recently headed online where she shared a truly heartfelt post about a young man who went from working as a security guard outside a courthouse to becoming a court clerk.
In the post she also shared that the excited man had even granted her permission to share snaps of himself before and after he got his big promotion. She then shared the snaps on her timeline.
"Bathong I'm sooo excited, found the security guy inside our court. Noticed he's not wearing his uniform. Guess what? HE IS NOW WORKING AS A COURT CLERK. Don't wanna disturb him, but he granted me permission to post his before and after pics. Definitely getting him a nice branded shirt ka the chelt if my next order," she wrote happily in the post.
Locals absolutely loved it and were soon in the comment section sharing their well wishes with the young man. Read a few of their comments below:
"Dreams delayed are not denied. Anything is possible."
"And for the fact that you felt excited about that says a lot about http://you.You'll be blessed. Congratulations to the guy at his new job."
"Perseverance is so important but it's not an easy thing to have. I'm happy for him!"
In more heartwarming Briefly News, 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 heartwarming snaps.
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