- After many years, a young man, Tarek, reconnected with the woman who taught him biology when he was in secondary school
- Tarek who is now an accomplished vlogger and a graduate said he was very happy when the old teacher sent him an email
- Many people on Twitter took to his comment section to say how they too will love to meet some of their tutors
A young man identified as Tarek has received a very emotional message from the woman who taught him biology in secondary school.
Revealing how excited he was to hear from her, the man posted a snapshot of the message on Twitter where the woman said she saw him on TV.
In the email, the woman updated him about her life and how she is no more a teacher but now works with Google.
The woman who identified herself as Ms Champagne said she is happy he is still very much his lively self.
Champagne stated that she is proud Tarek went ahead to study biology at the university level and he is now an agent of change.
See the young man's tweet below:
As of the time of writing this, the tweet has over 591,000 likes with massive comments. Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"The exclamations take me over the edge, this is so extremely sweet. Wow."
"This is so sweet!!"
"This is so touching and encouraging! We need more people like this in the world!"
"I'm just wondering how she got your email, like she's had it this past decade?"
"Am looking for my Teacher of English to send me similar email...I topped English class till I was literally tired. Ms Bonabana, wherever u are, u r missed."
"Nooo the way she wrote this email!! you can literally feel her happiness and pride for her once student! period!"
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a young lady with the Twitter handle @AsmereJ made an emotional post about how she reunited with her brother many years after.
In a tweet on Saturday, April 3, the lady quoted a post she made in 2020 about how she got separated from her brother.
According to her earlier post, the 12-year-old boy found her on Instagram and sent her a DM.
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