- A firefighter recently had Facebook buzzing with her beauty
- The young woman took to ImStaying to celebrate her 10 years of service
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It isn't every day one gets to see a female firefighter. And even more rare a sight is a beautiful female firefighter. Here in South Africa, however, anything is possible. A beautiful young woman recently proved this to be so true.
Thee Real Neo took to the popular feel-good Facebook group ImStaying to celebrate serving as a firefighter here in South Africa for 10 long years. She also declared that she will continue serving to the best of her ability going forward.
"Exactly 10 years in the service as an emergency medical technician and fire fighter! Feels like I've just begun... Tough and fierce as I look forward to serve my country during level 1.#BeSafeAlways#ImStaying," she wrote.
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Her touching caption was also accompanied by a stunning selfie. While many appreciated her role in the South African fire department, most of them were floored by her beauty. The post racked up an incredible 15 000 likes and nearly a thousand comments. Read some of them below.
Constance Mutauhadzindi wrote:
Joan Pretorius said:
Wedzerai Mhunduru Chiyoka commented:
Kevin Seyffert said:
"Such a beautiful woman doing such a dangerous job. I salute you!"
Colleen Reimeringer-Visser had this to say:
"You are beautiful and brave. Thank you for your service."
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YEN.com.gh also reported in another exciting story that a 22-year-old Ghanaian named Akpene Darko-Cobbina has become the youngest lawyer in Ghana after beating the record of Lawyer Adwoa Safo.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh confirms that Adwoa Safo held the record as the youngest ever product of the Ghana School of Law after graduating in 2004 at age 22.
In October 2019, Akpene took over the title as he was called to the Bar at age 22 and 198 days, beating Adwoa Safo’s record of 22 years and 280 days.
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