- A social media user, Chileshe Shula, has gushed over his wife's achievement as she becomes a lawyer
- In a LinkedIn post, he proudly made known that his better half has been called to the Bar
- Shula posed in a frame with his wife and shared the snap along with his post on social media
- Many have shared tons of congratulatory messages under his post
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A man with the LinkedIn name, Chileshe Shula, has proudly gushed over his wife, who was called to the Bar on Wednesday, October 20, 2021.
In his post seen by Briefly News, Shula celebrated his wife's achievement with fewer words, as he shared a photo to announce the feat.
Women throughout the world are taking giant steps to pursue careers in fields once ruled by men. Shula's wife has added her name to the list of people who were called to the Bar in 2021, and she is poised to leave a mark.
Announcing the achievement
Celebrating his wife in the LinkedIn post, Shula, a Research Economist at the Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA), wrote:
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''My lovely wife was called to the Bar yesterday,'' he said along with a smiling face emoji.
He posed with his wife in the photo as she appeared in her graduation regalia while he wore a suit.
Excited for the couple, some social media users headed to the comment section of the post to share heartwarming congratulatory messages.
Wealth nyaende said:
''Hope and pray this inspires many of us husbands to support and celebrate our wives in the career sector! I salute you and your wife, Sir. Congratulations.''
Pete Rayden shared his personal experience:
''I was also called to the Bar yesterday! But I don't really have the money to spend on rounds of beer.
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Juliet Ogah commented:
''I am proud of you sir for supporting and proudly celebrating your wife. These days, most men see successful career women as rivals not teammates or partners in success.''
Faith T. Golly said:
''Congratulations to both of you! She certainly looks both lovely and lawyerly. This mustn't have been easy.
''The air of satisfaction and relief around both of you is evident. More wins to your family!''
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Meanwhile, when Kayla Lattimore began her journey to become an attorney, she was determined to do just that despite the challenges she encountered on her way to achieving her goal.
According to the American Bar Association, five per cent of all attorneys across the US are African American, and Lattimore officially became part of the list. She admits that it was not an easy walk in the park.
''The bar exam was literally the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life,'' she said.