- A young man has inspired people after he shared pictures of his little daughter in her mini vegetable garden
- According to his Twitter post, @maginyamulweli is teaching his child how to grow a garden after his friend's father taught him
- The tweet received praise from followers who loved that he was teaching her from such a young age
As the old saying goes, give someone food and feed them for that moment, teach them how to make their own food and feed them for a lifetime. This young father has taken it quite literally after he has started teaching his young daughter how to plant a vegetable garden.
Taking to Twitter to share the picture of his little girl in her own vegetable garden, @maginyamulweli explains how he was taught at a young age to plant veggies by a close friend's father. He goes on to say that he has now taken it upon himself to share the same advice with his young daughter.
The touching post was met with praise from his followers who commended him for teaching his child such helpful skills at such a young age.
@DouglasTrainin1 had this to say about the heartwarming Twitter post:
"They say teach them when they are are young. Aweh aweh."
Briefly.co.za also reported about this week's servings of black girl magic, we have a young woman who managed to wow Mzansi with a photo of her brand-new apartment keys. Meisie_Modiga took to Twitter to share the photo with the caption:
"Siri, play “New Apartment” by Ari Lennox."
Her post was well-received with over 16 000 likes and 2 200 retweets. Impressed tweeps also took the opportunity to congratulate the young woman on her successful purchase.
While a few rotten eggs tried to dampen her shine by questioning whether she was renting or bought the place, her loyal followers quickly put them in their place and explained, either way, it's still a praiseworthy achievement.
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