- A young woman recently headed to Twitter to celebrate the fact that her grandmother had won her battle against Covid-19
- In the heartwarming post, she explains that the old lady is 99-years-old, which makes her victory a near miracle
- Many headed to the comment section to share their positive thoughts and well wishes with the family
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Covid-19 has come and wreaked havoc on millions of lives and not everyone that came face-to-face with the virus lived to tell the tale. This is probably why a young woman took to Twitter to celebrate the fact that her grandmother achieved the very unexpected - she beat Covid-19.
The young lady with the handle, @Sposhkay1 explained in the heartwarming and inspiring tweet that the old lady was a great 99-years-old, something that makes the fact that she beat Covid even more miraculous.
"My 99-year-old great grandmother is getting discharged today, baby girl beat COVID," she wrote happily.
While many locals were left laughing out loud by the fact that she had just called a nearly 100-year-old woman "baby-girl", others were left truly moved by the post, each taking to the comment section to share well wishes with the family.
Read a few of their thoughts below:
"Baby girl deserves a birthday party when she turns 100 akere."
"She must share her story omg she's a real fighter!"
"This is such a positive story. Thank you for sharing. Wishing iNtombendala all the best!"
"She's a whole dzamn CHAMP, she's a fighter."
In similar awe-inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a proud young South African father recently headed to Twitter to spread some positivity around fatherhood and parenting. Taking to the app, @PapiZwane asked fathers who are just as proud as him to share their favourite pictures of themselves with their kids.Cuteness overload: AKA posts sweet pic of Kairo going to 'big school'
Of course, the young man led the way by sharing quite a few of his favourite moments as a dad. Him and his little one just born, one of his little family that included his partner, and even one of himself and a friend enjoying their bundles of joy were included in the post.
"Enough with the negative vibes. Let’s start a thread of daddies playing their part in this whole parenting thing. Nobody is perfect but I swear we try our best. I’ll start!" he captioned the heartwarming post.
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