- @Mubarhiq, a Twitter user has stirred pleasant reactions after sharing an inspiring story
- The young graduate revealed in a Tweet that his mother missed his ceremony and had to visit her in Tamale to present a photo of him in his graduation gown
- @Mubarhiq's Tweet has generated reactions from his followers
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A proud son with Twitter name @Mubarhiq has stirred pleasant remarks from some Twitter ‘deities’ after he shared an awe-inspiring story following his graduation.
After years of hard work in school to obtain a certificate as a tertiary graduate, Mubarhiq had hoped that he could share his remarkable accomplishment with his mother.
However, the young graduate noted in a tweet that his mother could not travel from Tamale in the Norther region to witness one of the important days of his life to capture moments and history together.
Despite the considerable setback, @Mubarhiq sat through the graduation ceremony with his colleagues to own their years of sleepless nights as it came in a certificate.
Following his laudable feat, the proud son noted that he had to take a framed photo of himself in his graduation gown while holding his certificate to his mother in Tamale to enable her share in the joy of his accomplishment.
''My mom couldn’t come to my graduation so I took it to her in Tamale, Ghana,''@Mubarhiq said in Tweet along with an image of his mom holding his framed photo.
Proud Mubarhiq’s motivating story of a grateful son has generated some nearly 4k reactions from friends and followers on his Twitter thread.
''I swear your momma is proud of you. Continue making her proud bro,'' @Whummbey said in reaction to Mubarhiq’s Tweet.
Nana Yaa Esumaa, another Twitter user, affirmed Mubarhiq’s immeasurable love for his mum.
She wrote: ''The love is deep. May God bless you for sharing your moment with your mama.''
''This should make mama proud. Congratulations Mahn,'' JohnLèe International said in response.
@Nakohabila wrote: ''Wow, that happiness in how she grabbed the thing, I guess she is proud of you make her more prouder, Congratulations anyway.''
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that popular teen actor, Rahim Banda, has personally handed out hundreds of books to assist the Otumfuo Education Foundation as part of his free SHS ambassadorial role.
Following its establishment over 20 years ago, the Otumfuo Educational Foundation has provided brilliant but needy students with financial aid to help them further their education.
The Otumfuo Educational Foundation continues to make available other essential education materials to the deprived and under-served communities to make education accessible to all.
Rahim made the donation after he paid a courtesy visit to the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia Palace during the Awukudae.
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