- A young woman has decided to go back to school to become a doctor and said she felt like it was time
- She shared her career plans on a Twitter post which has been met with a lot of support from online users
- The woman was unwell in hospital when she shared the tweet and has also inspired peeps to go after their dreams
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A 25-year-old woman has taken a bold decision concerning her future and career and Mzansi is all for it. In a Twitter post @chakrahunZA said that she will be going back to school to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor.
The tweet has been met with nothing but love, praise and support from her fellow online followers. Responding to the overwhelming support she further tweeted that she was in hospital for heart complications.
“The support I’m getting under this tweet is so heart-warming. Thank you all. I hardly know you all but you are wishing me well. I’m so emotional. What other way does the universe say “yes”? …Thank you, and may those prayers bring you blessings in many folds!...I have been discharged and now I can't wait to write my matric again so I can go to medical school. In as much as everyone says my tweet was a sign, your support and love was also a sign for me. Thank you. Travel with God, always,” she said.
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Saffas shared their well wishes as well as their own aspirations on the tweet:
“This year I’m 30 and I’ve decided to go back to school to start the CA stream. This is despite having already obtained a master’s degree in something else.”
“I'm rewriting my matric this year to upgrade my marks. Next year, 31, I'm going to medical school. This is also despite having obtained an honours in something else and already working.”
“I'm 31 this year and I want to study psychology with all my heart but my problem is I can't leave my job to study full time because I have motherhood responsibilities.”
“Good luck I wish I had this confidence, but I just turned 23 surely I can still find a way right?”
Mzansi’s youngest doctor’s story of hard work inspires South Africans
Briefly News previously reported on Dr Sandile Kubheka who went down in Mzansi's history books as one of the youngest medical doctors in history. Kubheka started Grade 1 at the age of five. While completing Grade 6, Kubheka was promoted to Grade 7.
The Newcastle native matriculated at the age of 15 and enrolled at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Kubheka served his medical residency at Grey's Hospital in Pietermaritzburg.
According to UKZN, he is planning on registering for a Master's of Medicine degree and wants to specialise in internal medicine.
Source: Briefly News