- Dr Grant Caswell is a PhD Public Law graduate from the University of Cape Town who shared the lovely news online
- According to the recent graduate, things were not that easy but he worked hard and made sacrifices to be where he is today
- Caswell shared snaps of himself at his graduation ceremony and gained an influx of positive comments and compliments
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Dr Grant Caswell took to Twitter to share some wonderful news with the world. According to Caswell, he recently graduated with a PhD in Public Law from the University of Cape Town and could not be more excited.
Caswell shared two images of himself clad in his graduation attire with a caption explaining that his studies took hard work and sacrifice. He added that even with all of this, the results were totally worth it. He shared:
"Allow me to reintroduce myself: My name is Dr Grant Caswell & today I graduate with PhD in Public Law from the University of Cape Town. This took so much hard work & sacrifice but it’s been so worth it. This is one of the best days of my life!"
Take a look at his motivational post on Twitter below:
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Briefly News compiled a few of the lovely messages he received:
"That's a fantastic achievement!! And Public Law is so very needed to build South Africa. Congratulations."
@MulesaLumina responded with:
"Ah this lit up my timeline. Fantastic news! Huge congratulations Dr Caswell."
"Well done and congratulations Doctor."
"Best wishes to you Dr Grant Caswell PhD (Public Law) UCT."
"Congratulations, Dr Caswell. All the best going forward!"
"Wishing you a long and successful career. Congratulations."
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Source: Briefly News