Stunning Lady Celebrates Bagging Wits Accounting Degree, Man Hilariously Shoots His Shot

Stunning Lady Celebrates Bagging Wits Accounting Degree, Man Hilariously Shoots His Shot

  • A stunning young woman announced bagging her accounting degree from Wits on her Twitter account
  • Minenhle Ngema expressed how happy she was about her recent academic achievement in the tweet
  • The tweet attracted nothing but positive reactions from users, including a flirtatious reply from a man

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Twitter user, Minenhle Ngema (@minniengema_) took to her social media to announce the good news of becoming a qualified accountant.

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Minenhle Ngema announced bagging her accounting degree from Wits on Twitter. Image: @minniengema_ / Twitter
Source: Twitter

Her tweet reads:

“I’m officially a Wits accounting graduand. Ngaze ngajabula (I’m so happy).”

The good news sparked positive reactions from users with the most witty and flirtatious one being from a man who goes by @AFRICKAH, who said:

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“I bet you can’t count my feelings for you.”

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Twitter users have flooded the announcement with well wishes and congratulations:

@ElsirBasha commented:

"Congratulations, good luck on your career life."

@nosiphovenus reacted:


@TomKhosa said:

"Well done."

@zikalala_thando reacted:

“Congratulations Minnie.”

@_Khanya_Dube reacted:

“Congratulations, mama.”

@misstsele said:

“Usebenzile! Congratulations! And extra brownie points for using graduand.”

@VuvuM3 commented:

“You got the edge. Congrats, girl.”

Man who worked as pump attendant to support himself through uni graduates with top degree

Briefly News reported on how a driven young man recently took to social media to narrate how he successfully saw himself through university regardless of the financial obstacles he encountered.

Taking to a popular Facebook group called Tell It All, Samuel Hackman shared that he had to work as a filling station attendant to afford going to the university and also to take care of himself there.

In his post, the young man recounted that he worked at the filling station for eight years with no one to rely on and that took a huge toll on his health.

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"I had no helper, I risked my health because I never had enough time to rest, my spine got wearing off, my heart was always beating unusual, my eyes were always red and my face always looked stressed."

The young man shared that regardless of the challenges, he never threw in the towel because he knew the kind of life he wanted for himself.

Source: Briefly News

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